Andrew Whiteford Q&A

Andrew Whiteford talks to Early Ups about making quality POV edits, appropriate mustache deployment, and high fives vs. fist bumps.
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Andrew Whiteford

You've probably seen an Andrew Whiteford edit by now (if not, see below), he's the guy throwning huge backflips at Jackson, and his self-edits are way smoother than almost any one else out there. The folks at Early Ups sat down with Mr. Whiteford and his dog to pick their collective brain about what makes a good POV shot.

And, if you haven't seen the kind of shots he puts together check this out.

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