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Izzy Video Ideas, Episode 4: The Power of the Shot List

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Want some ideas on how to make a shot list?

Because it’s Thanksgiving week here in the USA, I thought I’d share some ideas for different kinds of shots to get when you’re with your family this holiday.

In the process I talk about what a shot list is, how to make one, and different kinds of shots to add to the list.

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5 thoughts on “Izzy Video Ideas, Episode 4: The Power of the Shot List

  1. Hi, I am an amateur video shooter and have recently started shooting video for my wife’s food recipes.
    I am trying to learn the tricks and have decided to shoot with 2 camera set up and have read your articles too.
    Appreciate your work on making people learn video shooting. Keep it up.

    1. Thanks, I’m glad it’s helpful. :)

  2. Thanks Izzy! I’m watching your Final Cut Express Tutorial and really like your style.  I read the Final Cut manual and was getting frustrated, but your tutorials saved me!  


    1. Thanks, Roger. I’m happy it helped! :)

  3. Hi, i am Izzy RoelI live in the Netherlands and work in a school.I help the children with all kinds of films for their assignments.I was looking for new editing systems.I looked at Apple Final Cut X, whether it was suitable for the students.After some searching I came across Izzy out, I want to thank you for the clear explanation in the tutorials they are also valued in the Netherlands.Greetings Roel de Vries.

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