Hi guys, Recently a group of us had to make a short documentary for a university module. Normally camera is my main forte but I was busy when we chose to film so I had to do the edit. Frankly the camera work was pretty shoddy and I had to do the best I could to hide some of the glaring mishaps such as no pauses before and after each shot so there is some flexibility in the edit. It even went to the point where on a pan they wouldn't even start from a static shot! Sound was also a huge issue and some shots the mic was just placed in completely the wrong place and I heard more of the surroundings than I heard from the subjects. Exposure was a bit hot in some shots and being only DSLRs there wasn't a huge amount I could do to regain the detail and with the deadline looming I decided to skip grading as I feel that it woudln't have made a huge difference. I don't know if it annoys anyone else but the framing seems off in a lot of the interview shots. Anyway, I would love to hear your opinions on any aspect of it so I can look to improve in the future! Cheers!