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#nutip The ability to teach through feelings is the key strength of video, especially television. @atompkins

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The ability to teach through feelings is the key strength of video, especially television.
Tip Number:
576

#nutip Before you shoot video, use your phone's camera as a mirror to see how your web image will look.

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Use the camera in your phone as a mirror. It will show you how your web image will look before you start shooting video.
Tip Number:
565

#nutip Use tight shots to transition between inside/outside, different locations or different times of day.

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Tight shots are a good way to transition during editing between inside and outside, different locations or different times of day.
Tip Number:
515

#nutip With a split audio and video edit, use J cuts to start audio before video. Or use L cuts to trail audio.

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With a split audio and video edit, use J cuts to start audio before video. Or use L cuts to trail audio.
Tip Number:
488

#nutip Work on one technique every day, even on small stories. Then you'll be ready when a big story happens.

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Work on one quality technique every day, even on small stories. Then you'll be able to use them when a big story happens.
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482

#nutip Go out with a bang. Put explosion of action about two-thirds of way through your story, then let it end.

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Go out with a bang. Put an explosion of action about two-thirds of the way through your narrative story, then let the story end.
Tip Number:
480

#nutip When producing video stories for the web, use clips that are funny. Humor will get people to share.

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When producing and editing video stories for the web, use clips that are funny. Humor will get people to share the story.
Tip Number:
476

#nutip Don't repeat sound bite content in narration. Use narration as set-up; sound bite to finish the thought.

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Don't repeat the content of a sound bite in the narration. Use narration as a set-up; use a sound bite to complete the thought.
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475

#nutip Start organizing story in the field. Create sequences for sounds, moments, tight-medium-wide shots.

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Start organizing story content in the field. Create sets of sequences for sounds, defining moments, and tight-medium-wide shots that can be added later during editing.
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474

#nutip Get comfortable setting up your video gear. Your confidence increases your credibility covering stories.

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Practice setting up your video equipment so that you're comfortable with it. Your confidence and ease will increase your credibility with the people you interview.
Tip Number:
473
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