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This widely praised text covers planning, shooting, editing, and distributing movies. The authors ensure that students understand why the planning process is essential. Gross and Ward over cameras, lights, and sound equipment with some chapters detailing operational skills and others dealing with aesthetics. The text features a chapter devoted to directing, and it covers the mechanics and aesthetics of editing and incorporating visual effects. Students are not only introduced to the concepts and mechanics of filmmaking but are also given ideas of what to do with their movies once they are completed.
1. Overview of Moviemaking. 2. Planning the Movie. 3. Cameras. 4. Approaches to Image Capturing. 5. Lights and Filters. 6. Approaches to Lighting. 7. Microphones and Recorders. 8. Approaches to Sound Recording. 9. Directing. 10. Editing. 11. Approaches to Editing. 12. Enhanced Audio, Graphics, and Effects. 13. Approaches to Enhanced Audio, Graphics, and Effects. 14. The Final Stages of Moviemaking.