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Master shots; 100 advanced camera techniques to get an expensive look on your low-budget movie, 2d ed.

9781615930876

Master shots; 100 advanced camera techniques to get an expensive look on your low-budget movie, 2d ed.

Kenworthy, Christopher.

Michael Wiese Productions

2012

229 pages

$26.95

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Film director and producer Kenworthy graphically introduces low-budget filmmakers to handheld camera techniques used in big budget movies but applicable to almost any production (and includes discussion of lens choice throughout). Each shot is textually described across from facing pages that include screenshot examples of the type of shot together with illustrations of camera angles and movements. Organized by the type of scene for which the shot is typically used (e.g., fight scenes, chase scenes, dramatic shift, revelations & discoveries, directing attention, car scenes, arguments & conflict, etc.), 100 shot types are explained and illustrated.

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