Doing better video composition is so worth it when compared to what you get out of it. Intense engagement, better retention and more conversions. 

In other words, this IS the low hanging fruit of editing that you may not not be picking up. 

Try these tips on your next video and see if I’m not right. They are actually easy to do, which is not something I usually say. 🙂

And if you liked it, check out the first video as well. Then tune in for video three in this series, which comes out next week.

What are your biggest editing challenges? I’m addressing them as we go. Comments are open!

    9 replies to "These Tiny Tweaks in Composition Will Make Your Video Soar"

    • Richard Mowrey

      Steve, the Yoda of video production and use, makes this sound so simple and yet there is so much of importance to think about and do at the same time. Masterfully presented as always! This one, like many, requires viewing and reprocessing over and over again.

      • Steven Washer

        Thanks, Rich. That’s why I keep them short. 🙂

    • michael krisa

      Great tips as always Steve – The Rule of Thirds is one of those little things that makes a BIG difference!

      • Steven Washer

        And so rarely applied…present company excepted, of course! 🙂

    • billy smith Smioth

      As always, your composition of information and attention to the details on how to achieve “composition success” is perfect. Thanks Steve

      • Steven Washer

        A pleasure…hope it helps!

    • Mike

      Great as always, Steve! Looking forward to the next one! BTW – Sometimes I edit myself and sometimes I use a video VA for my editing to and I send her your videos as her

      • Steven Washer

        Well, that’s a nice bit of leverage. Thanks, Mike!

    • Ali Bei

      That was a clinic on the subject! Always glad to have tuned in… Gonna have to watch that one 3 or 4 times, great stuff, thank you…

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