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My job often requires me to edit raw footages from other shooters, in this case someone’s YouTube footage, and find a story and make it look nice.
This video request came to me fairly late in the day and had to go on the website as soon as we could. I edited the piece fairly quickly with footages from YouTube and while trying to contact the owner for permission to use the footage. The shooter was affected by the tornado and we were unable to reach him. We thought of giving up and use other footages despite all the hard work and time put into this. Just when we were going to do another complete different video on the tornado story, the shooter called.
Edited by Justin Chin for Maclean’s Magazine
Rescue workers work the scene of a two-vehicle collision on Highway 62, north of Madoc, Ont. on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013. Firefighters used Jaws of Life to help rescue the driver of a vehicle. A total of four people were injured. Three people sustained serious, but non-life threatening injuries.
Photo by Justin Chin
HONG KONG: Aug. 2, 2012 — People use different methods while walking on the streets to prevent from inhaling the polluted air in Hong Kong Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. The air pollution index is at 164 API in Causeway Bay roadside, ranked as “very high” on the Air Pollution Index. Hong Kong Observatory predicts the air pollution is due to the air masses Typhoon Saola and Typhoon Damrey are near Hong Kong and bringing a very hot weather with minimal wind. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)
HONG KONG: Aug. 2, 2012 — A tourist takes a photo with the hazy skyline of Kowloon in Hong Kong Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. The air pollution index at 164 API in Causeway Bay roadside, ranked as “very high” on the Air Pollution Index. Hong Kong Observatory predicts the air pollution is due to the air masses Typhoon Saola and Typhoon Damrey are near Hong Kong and bringing a very hot weather with minimal wind. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)
HONG KONG: July 29, 2012 — A man observes the clear sky sunset after Typhoon Vicente in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012. More than 100 people were injured and trees were ripped from the ground as a typhoon lashed Hong Kong packing winds in excess of 140 kilometres (87 miles) an hour, officials said as authorities raised the typhoon warning to the most severe level of 10 for the first time since 1999. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)
LEFT: HONG KONG: July 23, 2012 —A woman tries to keep her umbrella steady as Typhoon Vicente hits Hong Kong on July 23, 2012.
RIGHT: HONG KONG: July 23, 2012 — A man tries to stay away from the rain and board the bus as Typhoon Vicente hits Hong Kong on July 23, 2012. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)
(Photos by JUSTIN CHIN)
HONG KONG: June 29, 2012 — A bus stop sign fell due to the strong wind by Tropical Storm Doksuri in Hong Kong on June 29, 2012. The Hong Kong Observatory issued a Strong Wind Signal Number 3, with maximum sustained winds recorded at different locations were 92 and 81 kilometres per hour respectively. (Photo by Justin Chin)