Cut-away shots are found in practically any video production. Any time you see a video scene refocus on a tighter part of the scene, the producer is making good use of a cut-away.
The classic example of this is in a cooking show. You've got an on-camera personality who explains the recipe and suddenly—the cut-away shot shows just how delicious the finished product is.
In the video lesson below, learn how to create a cut-away shot in Adobe Premiere and create perfect transitions.
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