Video editing is no one simple task, and I’ve been tinkering with Adobe Premiere CS6 enough to get the job done, but I’m nowhere near being efficient at using the software. What used to take me an hour or two in Windows Live Movie Maker (I know, I know, it’s cookie cutter and not exactly professional), now takes me at least twice the amount of time when I use AP. However, I’m determined to force myself to learn how to use AP, as I believe it’s one of the things that’ll make me above and beyond the rest of the bunch. I still love taking photos, and I don’t think I’m going to shoot weddings any time soon, but I think Fusion is what sets you apart from your competitors.
Below is the video I shot a few days ago for Fourth of July 2012. The video is relatively long, as I had a difficult time choosing the shots that I like. I like most of the firework clips, so I decided to include most of them in the final product. Dubstep just had to be the second song, as it seems to go with fireworks quite well.