“Bridgerton” Making a Scene Video Series: post-production


Post-production is the final stage of an episode of the hit Netflix series Shondaland Bridgerton before it is ready for public viewing. The editor of the sixth episode of season two, Kyle Bond, describes exactly what happens in the post-production process. “It’s your last chance… to put the last pieces together,” Bond says, referring to picking the perfect shots from everything that was filmed and editing them. Capturing an actor’s gaze at the right moment, finding their strongest performance, even splicing B-roll shots – all of this is crucial to creating the perfect level of suspense and drama in Anthony and Edwina’s wedding scene. . Editing is a collaborative process, so Bond worked closely with director Tom Verica and showrunner Chris Van Dusen and also incorporated input from the executives of Shondaland and Netflix. The end result is a perfectly paced and captivating scene that takes us on a rollercoaster ride of emotions.

Bridgerton is now available to stream on Netflix.

Video: Ryan Wheeler | Instagram: @ryanwheelervideo

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