Each cameraman has an artistic experience of the scene which allows him to grasp what is really important.
We not only expect beautiful images but also a follow-up of the show enriching the finished product.
Indeed, the camera operator being the eye of the spectator who will watch the film,
he must film what the spectator would watch, a movement accompanying that of the representation.
We practice what we are used to calling in our jargon “intuitive editing”, which means that we continue the work done during filming:
replacing the viewer’s gaze as accurately as possible.
Thus, everything is shown, we do not miss a second of what is happening.
This makes it an exciting film and a powerful tool that can, among other things, be used to reassemble the work.
SHAPING OF THE FINISHED PRODUCT
Once the assembly is complete, the final product can take several forms:
1. A ready-to-sell DVD, printed, in a case with a four-color sleeve.
This support is the least expensive and simplest way of preserving the work.
2. A file in a video format of your choice
(for example, flash sequences for distribution on a website).
3. A band for broadcasting (broadcasting on a television channel).
4. Backup to tape or DVD.