How to Video Record Your Dog's Life Story: Writing, Financing, & Producing Pet Documentaries, Drama, or News
This thoroughly researched book is about how to video record your dog’s life story. Nearly everybody uses a camcorder to take pictures or video clips to put in online scrapbooks to remember dogs as friends for the dog’s life. Write, finance, and produce a video newsletter of your new puppy.
Or make a “this is your life” time capsule of your dog as part of family history saved on a DVD, CD, flash drive or Web site…or mailed to friends and relatives and saved in keepsake heirloom albums. How to Video Record Your Dog's Life Story: Writing, Financing, & Producing Pet Documentaries, Drama, or News is published by ASJA Press, an imprint of iUniverse, Inc (http://www.iuniverse.com). July 2007. ISBN: 978-0-595-45798-4.
Make a video on how to run with your dog to relieve stress or produce a documentary on how to meditate or exercise with your dog. Record in video the way you massage your dog, take your dog to the acupuncturist or discuss acupressure points on dogs, and treat your dog like an athlete.
You can save your video in your personal computer, or keep in on a DVD, flash drive, or even upload it to Google or UTube. Maybe you’ll put your dog video in a time capsule or gift box protected from light damage. Then you can keep actual preserved and conserved photos in a scrap book of favorite scenes from the video printed out on photo paper and laminated to keep from fading as quickly.
Store photos or videos in a cool, dark place, away from water damage and air or breath moisture, perhaps your dog videos might end up as photos enlarged and put on a plaque or framed, or passed from DVD to other disc or chip-like devices where people can view your work on a computer or buy the DVDs from a catalogue, gift, or pet shop, of your dog in any stage of the pet’s life story.
Your dog video is a celebration of life. And just in case you want to take a step further and make the video available to others, you’ll find instruction here on how to write, finance, produce, distribute, publicize, launch, promote, and market dog
documentaries on dog training, care, camp, running, walking, sitting, spa activities, knitting, sewing, building, housing, walking on leash, health, nutrition, travel or adventure videos on DVD or similar formats.
Link your personal computer and your camcorder together with an audio/video cable for editing your dog documentaries, features, learning materials, courses, or training videos. Write dog-related audio-visual scripts and turn them into reality-based documentaries for information, travel, or education.
Use the Internet’s Web to syndicate and disseminate your content in text, audio, or video formats. Or save your videos to DVDs, flash drives, and other devices for viewing, either interactive or audience-feedback based.
Popular subjects for linking your personal computer to your camcorder can be anything from dog-related world or local travel, your lectures, or life issues. You can link your personal computer to the tapes in your camcorder and broadcast at home part time or whatever hours you desire. Feature travel with dogs or dog-sled adventures or how-to DVDs dealing with dogs.
Write, finance, and produce documentary or how-to DVDs showing new approaches to dog training based on dog behavior. Emphasize non-violent techniques to win the dog’s loyalty, love, and trust. Develop a DVD that shows the viewer how to develop enduring bonds of trust with a dog so that the dog cooperates.
Browse this book at the publisher's Web site or read various articles and excerpts at the author's Web site. The author wrote 80+ paperback books currently in print and listed at the Web site and is a member of Dog Writers Association of America, American Society of Journalists and Authors, and Mensa.
This book shows you, the average dog owner and beginner easy to follow instructions for developing hundreds of creative ways to portray your dog's celebration of life from puppy to maturity and to create all types of videos, video newsletters, DVDs, CDs, flash drive videos, documentaries, training videos, television programs, home video for personal use, along with the act of uploading videos to Web sites or saving them as time capsules or video podcasts.
Capture and celebrate your dog's life in video or virtual reality. Or make professional documentaries about dogs with an easy-to-follow documentary shoestring (low) budget included and sample blank budgets for you to fill in.
Then record your dog's life story for the future or market dog camp or training and behavior videos. Browse book at: http://www.iuniverse.com/bookstore/book_detail.asp?&isbn=0-595-45798-3. Author's Web site is at: http://annehart.tripod.com with links to various articles and blogs.