So much this. Then later he said Premiere is the best he knows of and that possibly in the future he would try FCP or Avid.
Which technically true it makes me wonder why I read this article. Or even how this person was permitted to write an article on the differneces between NLEs.
To me, it looks like the slider actually hurt his shots. He cuts midway through a dolly to a static shot and it's pretty jarring. As an editor, I'd rather have good coverage on sticks.
The next sign of amateur work is having people walk or move around with no purpose. Everything should be for good reason.
I agree completely. I can't help but disagree on every topic in this article. Not only do I find this article toxic in a community that doesn't need any help being toxic but I don't think it actually helps anyone to learn filmmaking.