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Life of pi editing evaluation

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  • 1. The titles on screen match well with the backing track as well as the dialogue matching well with the shots that I created. This was due to good editing. What went well... There is a good use of a shot reverse shot, this records the conversation between the two characters at the beginning of the trailer remake. This establishes the conversational relationship between the pair. The shots appear to be nicely put together, with no jumps between them. Good use of cross dissolve techniques and slow motion. Even better if... The change of shot at 2:07 from the man in the boat to the tiger in the boat could have perhaps been a zoom in- zoom out, or pan this would not only have helped with the movement of the camera which was needed but would make it appear less jumpy. A more obvious cross dissolve too may have been useful. The shot of the purple starry sky at 01:37 was not obviously repeated. Perhaps the music could have been cut or another shot created or used even lengthened using slow motion. The shot at 01:37 was cut a little earlier so we do not see the persons hand pushing along the boat towards the camera lense.

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