Sherlock – How Creative Transitions Improve Storytelling

Here’s some filmmaking advice: Watch this video!

Understanding transitions and having Sherlock analysed and broken down for you, will take your storytelling to a whole new level. The amount of detail that can go into planning, filming and editing a transition is mind blowing but makes the story all the more entertaining and gives mundane actions meaning, connecting the dots.

Konrad, the creator of this video, does an excellent job on breaking down what we see on screen when watching Sherlock and pinpoints what engulfs us into the story.

I strongly encourage you, whether you´re a filmmaker, an actor or a consumer of film, to watch this short YouTube Video it deconstructs the innovative and creative use of transitions in our beloved Show: Sherlock.

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