This edition of a practical instruction manual on how to make a movie has been substantially expanded with detailed information that focuses on digital filmmaking. But whether students work with standard film, digital equipment, or both, they will learn how to
Practical projects and exercises are presented to give students an opportunity for hands-on experience. They will also find advice on
The book’s main focus is on short movies, ranging in length from 15 seconds to 15 minutes, and intended for private screenings, festivals, competitions, or broadcasts on TV or the Web. Printed in full-color throughout, this instructive volume features approximately 300 how-to photos and illustrations.
|Publisher:||Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||8.60(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Ted Jones has worked in Canadian television for 30 years, first as weather personality, and then as director and production manager. Over the years he has gained expertise in shooting, editing, and camera operation, which has included work as a camera operator for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
Chris Patmore is a London-based writer specializing in creative technology. He runs a Web site for animators and comic book artists, and has worked internationally as a graphic designer and photographer. He began filmmaking in the late ’70s, shooting Super-8 surfing films in Australia. As a self-confessed technophile, he has embraced the latest digital technology as the ideal way to tell stories with moving images.