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Hidden gems in San Diego, California! 😱 Photo by @visualsofjulius

2018-02-18 22:02   5 1

 

Hidden gems in San Diego, California! 😱 Photo by @visualsofjulius

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heart-struck 💘

2018-02-18 22:02   2 1

 

. heart-struck 💘

Such a gorgeous photo of a gorgeous cosplayer!!! 😍😍😍😍
@americosplay has made the perfect genderbend Cap!!! 😢 So stunning!!!
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drop a tear for rosie-the buttertones

2018-02-18 22:01   7 1

 

drop a tear for rosie-the buttertones

Sassy 💕 @finnwolfhardofficial ~Amelia~ -
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Sassy 💕 @finnwolfhardofficial ~Amelia~ - - - #photoedit #editing #aestheticedits #aesthetic #fanedit #elevenstrangerthings #elevenedit #mileven #edit #edits #plottwist #audio #dance #dancer #singer #band #strangerthings #milliebobbybrown #finnwolfhard #mikewheeler #eleven #riverdale #lilireinhart #colesprouse #betty #jughead #bettycooper #jugheadjones #music #fandom

goth angel sinner

2018-02-18 22:01   4 1

 

goth angel sinner

she’s already noticed me!! ❤️😭 (dani’s mom☕️)

2018-02-18 22:00   4 1

 

she’s already noticed me!! ❤️😭 (dani’s mom☕️)

Kwangjin from @letsroll_nf (he is a real sweetheart, if you don't know n.flying yet, you should really check it out) #nflying #kwonkwangjin #edit

2018-02-18 22:00   0 0

 

Kwangjin from @letsroll_nf (he is a real sweetheart, if you don't know n.flying yet, you should really check it out) #nflying #kwonkwangjin #edit

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#EverthingEverthingMovie #edit #followme4more

Jean Luc Godard is a French filmmaker and was a part of the French New Wave. The French New Wave is a blanket term coined by critics for a group of French filmmakers of the late 1950s and 1960s. They were known for their unique editing style.

Godard was one of the first filmmakers to implement JUMP CUTS into his films.

A jump cut is both spatial and temporal, [It's used to show the difference of both space and time of two shots.] You either match two shots or mismatch two shots. (The video attached is a mismatched example.) This editing style cuts out unimportant parts leaving the audience only “the good stuff” 
Since Godard, the pace of a film has sped up significantly. Audiences now don’t have to be shown everything in order to know everything. 
Jump cuts leave out any insignificant motion or transition. You don't see a character leave one location, drive to another, and walk through the door. You just see them at one location, and then the next. 
This might not seem like the most seamless style of editing, but that’s because it isn’t! Godard couldn't care less. He preferred not wasting his or the audiences time with displaying information that wasn’t necessary for the overall story.

So...how often do you use jump cuts? And have you seen any of the French New Wave films?

2018-02-18 21:57   0 1

 

Jean Luc Godard is a French filmmaker and was a part of the French New Wave. The French New Wave is a blanket term coined by critics for a group of French filmmakers of the late 1950s and 1960s. They were known for their unique editing style. Godard was one of the first filmmakers to implement JUMP CUTS into his films. A jump cut is both spatial and temporal, [It's used to show the difference of both space and time of two shots.] You either match two shots or mismatch two shots. (The video attached is a mismatched example.) This editing style cuts out unimportant parts leaving the audience only “the good stuff” Since Godard, the pace of a film has sped up significantly. Audiences now don’t have to be shown everything in order to know everything. Jump cuts leave out any insignificant motion or transition. You don't see a character leave one location, drive to another, and walk through the door. You just see them at one location, and then the next. This might not seem like the most seamless style of editing, but that’s because it isn’t! Godard couldn't care less. He preferred not wasting his or the audiences time with displaying information that wasn’t necessary for the overall story. So...how often do you use jump cuts And have you seen any of the French New Wave films

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