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Cinematography for Directors: A Guide for Creative Collaboration
A Guide for Creative Collaboration.
Greenscreen Made Easy: Keying and Compositing Techniques for Indie Filmmakers
the field of low-budget filmmaking.
Moving Image Technology
moving image film, video, sound recording and allied technologies.
Based on extensive interviews and research, this book looks at the work of six of the most important cinematographers of recent years from around the world. For each cinematographer, there is a detailed discussion of their most significant films, ranging in style from lavish Hollywood blockbusters like Gladiator, Hannibal, Seven and Alien Resurrection to innovative independent films such as Buffalo '66, Delicatessen, Elephant, The Hours and Lost in Translation. By interviewing each cinematographer, the author has been able to find out exactly how individual scenes were shot, what lighting and other equipment was used, and how certain visual effects were achieved, as well as getting a insider's view of what it is like to work on major films with high-profile directors and actors. A wealth of unpublished material: storyboards, sketches, annotated screenplays, props, location shots and lighting diagrams, together with many stills from each film which have been carefully chosen to emphasize the specific points being discussed.
Building on the success of the bestselling “Master Shots,” this volume goes much deeper, revealing the great directors' secrets for making the most of the visual during the usual static dialogue scene. Includes more than 200 diagrams illustrating camera positions.
Sound Design: The Expressive Power of Music, Voice and Sound Effects in Cinema
The expressive power of music, voice and sound effects in cinema.
Cinematographer Style: The Complete Interviews, Volume I
This book contains 55 of the 110 interviews from the feature-length documentary Cinematographer Style. The lessons from these interviews is that there is no textbook for cinematography. It is an art, like painting, writing or composing. No two artists express themselves in exactly the same way.
Since its initial publication in 1973, CINEMATOGRAPHY has become the standard guidebook on filmmaking techniques that emphasizes the cameraman's craft. Now completely revised and updated to include today's digital technology, it clearly and concisely covers what today's filmmaker needs to know about camera structure and operation, lenses, film stocks, filters, lighting and light measuring, and accessory equipment. In addition it provides up-to-date information on sound recording, editing, video transfer, studio and location shooting, production logistics, and modern techniques of picture manipulation with optical printers - a subject rarely treated in such detail in existing film books. Building on the groundwork he lays, Kris Malkiewicz explores more advanced techniques of overall picture quality control - now the filmmaker can translate the envisaged image to the screen through coordinating all aspects of cinematography. As Malkiewicz explains, whatever concept is desired, the filmmaker must be in full control of the technology in order to ensure success.Illustrated with more than 350 updated photographs and drawings, this new third edition of CINEMATOGRAPHY will continue to prove invaluable to filmmakers, film students and film teachers.
The Digital Matte Painting Handbook
The only how-to guide dedicated to mastering the technique of digital matte painting! Matte painting affords seamless integration between an artist's painting with live action film footage and allows for greater flexibility and creative input in the appearance of movie settings. This unique book reveals a variety of tools and techniques that are both industry and classroom tested and will enhance your existing skill set. Veteran author and instructor David Mattingly walks you through the process of creating a matte painting, starting with rough concept sketches, working out the perspective drawing, adding light and shadow, and texturing all of the elements in the painting. You'll gradually upgrade to using Adobe After Effects and Autodesk Maya in order to fulfill your matte painting vision.Escorts you through the process of creating a matte painting, starting with the initial concept sketch, adding light and shadow, texturing elements, and incorporating motion and depth Author is an experienced matte artist and teacher and shares a plethora of unique industry- and classroom-tested tools and techniques Features helpful step-by-step instructions accompanied by screen shots and photos to illustrate the process of creating a matte painting Whether you're creating a background for a studio production, independent film, TV commercial, or YouTube video, The Digital Matte Painting Handbook helps you successfully complete your project. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
The cinematic has been a springboard for the work of many influential artists, including Victor Burgin, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Stan Douglas, Nan Goldin, Douglas Gordon, Cindy Sherman, and Jeff Wall, among others. Much recent cinema, meanwhile, is rich with references to contemporary photography. Video art has taken a photographic turn into pensive slowness; photography now has at its disposal the budgets and scale of cinema. This addition to Whitechapel's Documents of Contemporary Art series surveys the rich history of creative interaction between the moving and the still photograph, tracing their ever-changing relationship since early modernism.Still photography—cinema's ghostly parent—was eclipsed by the medium of film, but also set free. The rise of cinema obliged photography to make a virtue of its own stillness. Film, on the other hand, envied the simplicity, the lightness, and the precision of photography. Russian Constructivist filmmakers considered avant-garde cinema as a sequence of graphic “shots”; their Bauhaus, Constructivist and Futurist photographer contemporaries assembled photographs into a form of cinema on the page.In response to the rise of popular cinema, Henri Cartier-Bresson exalted the “decisive moment” of the still photograph. In the 1950s, reportage photography began to explore the possibility of snatching filmic fragments. Since the 1960s, conceptual and postconceptual artists have explored the narrative enigmas of the found film still. The Cinematic assembles key writings by artists and theorists from the 1920s on—including Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Victor Burgin, Jeff Wall, and Catherine David—documenting the photography-film dialogue that has enriched both media.
Which Video Camera Is Right For You? Find Out!
There are a number of things that should be considered before investing in the usually costly investment of a video camera.
Tips and Tricks for New Video Camera Users
Congratulations, you have just purchased your very first video camera! Without a doubt, you have already been playing with your new camcorder and have been shooting just about everything that you possibly can.
The Latest Video Camera Technology Rated
Since the introduction of the video camera in the early 1990’s, they have been a device that many people simply cannot live without.
The Best Video Camera Brands for Pros and Beginners
Whether you are a professional or a newbie behind the lens, your decision on what video camera to use to record your memories and experiences can be a difficult one.
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