Wait at least 2 or 3 weeks and, in the meantime, do not see any project material again. One Saturday at home, after having slept well, put it on your living room TV and watch it alone. Make the effort to try to see it as if it were the first time. Obviously you will not get it but you will see it with different eyes. Look at it once.
Then turn off the TV and pick up a paper and a pencil … Oh Gosh, what an analogue I am!
Before writing anything, study the memory that has left in your mind. How was your overall impression when you saw it?
Rate it from 1 to 10. You’ll obtain worst result than the client opinion for sure.
Then you can be more analytical objectively. Study, yes, always mentally, every sequence and what memory has left you. It also values the soundtrack and the overall rhythm of the video.
It is time to draw conclusions. Write them down on paper and compare them with those received by your family and the client.
Let a month go by and do the exercise again. It will be time to draw conclusions. Write them down and save them.
When you are going to start a new project, review the test you did on your last 3 productions and make a list of the 5 things you do not want to happen again and the 5 things you want to happen for the first time.
Work> analysis> reflection> improvement
Do not hesitate to do it with your style, but follow these 4 steps more or less and you will see how each time you do things better.
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