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    Wedding Video Editing Tips – Framing Your Shot

    In video editing, framing is all about the composition. It depends on how you frame when you’re composing a shot for one particular scene. It allows you to emphasise your thoughts, shows your emotions and how you convey other people’s feelings in the film  – especially for a wedding video. It’s something that adds weight to a shot and feels to a viewer, which is consequential to all filmmakers. Additionally, framing helps to draw attention to the subject from your viewer’s eyes by halting the other parts of the scene with something subjective. It gives context to your shots, gives a sense of depth and layers, and leads the eyes…