For every shot that makes it into the movie there’s a hundred or more shots that get left behind on the cutting room floor. Riders and filmmakers alike are well aware of that, and one of the toughest jobs in editing is deciding what to cut. You have to remove yourself from the situation, ignore all the factors that went into getting the specific shot, and make the decision based on what it brings to the overall movie. The downside to this is that you end up cutting a lot of quality shots, but the upside is that riders who get a lot of filming done during the season end up with enough footage to put together a banger b-roll edit. Voila!
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