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SpolReally the biggest way to improve is through experience and practice. Also look to edits you find to be really well done and try to learn anything from where the footage is cut in the edit to how the shots are framed. Your footage is framed ok in the blading edit but it is very distracting at times (shaky footage, sudden movements, etc.) that can be fixed by steadying your camera. Some of your shots linger a little too long in the edit but like I said see how other people edit and learn from it. I liked when you switched angles on the same clip, that worked nicely. Hoped this helped.
caseycYeah that helped a lot. Thanks
nutz.build a fig rig or a handle of sorts for your go pro and your footage will be a bit less shaky
Mar-OGet premiere instead of iMovie, your gonna want to upgrade from iMovie eventually anyways so might as well do it now. Makes editing allot more fun to and its not hard to learn the basics.