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Shvoong Home>Books>Shot by Shot: A Practical Guide Guide to Filmmaking Review

Shot by Shot: A Practical Guide Guide to Filmmaking

Book Review   by:Goodlin1975     Original Author: John Cantine:Susan Howard: Brady Lewis
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This book includes three authors that represent one of the greatest film institutions in the nation in Pittsburgh University. If you shoot super 8 and 16mm film, you have to read through the pages of this manual. The techniques of shooting from different angles, importance of lighting, F-Stop adjustments, lens filters, nuts & bolts of 16mm and super 8mm. Styles of shooting from the shot list and incorporating the master shot into the sequence are illuminated. The inclusion of editing enjoys a chapter of how to use your footage to tether a finished project. Lighting serves as one of the most important necessities in helping the camera film beautiful composition. Everything that you need to know about 16mm and super 8mm cameras: treatment of the equipment, shooting and maintaining and camera exercises that enhance your skills and understanding of quality film production. This book will assist in your journey of becoming a filmmaker, cinematographer, editor and gaffer.
Published: August 25, 2007   
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