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"Moving Image Technology"

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This book provides a thorough grounding in the history and theory of moving image film, video, sound recording and allied technologies. With 40 illus. Paperback, 208 pages. Size: 280 x 216 mm. Weight: 612g.
Author:  Enticknap, Leo
ISBN:  1904764061
Publisher:  Wallflower Press
Date:  2005  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Digital Film Making"

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Offers the reader a tutorial in how to get the very best from digital film-making technology. This handbook serves as a reference for the digital film enthusiast - whether your goal is to make no-budget movies, or simply to put your video camera to more use than just holidays and weddings. Paperback, 224 pages. Size: 178 x 111 mm. Weight: 115g.
Author:  Figgis, Mike
ISBN:  0571226256
Publisher:  Faber and Faber
Date:  2007  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  General (Us: Trade) Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Storyboarding 101"

A Crash Course in Professional Storyboarding

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"Michael Wise Productions" series; A beginner's guide to storyboarding. With approx. 100 illustrations. Paperback, 133 pages. Size: 229 x 152 mm. Weight: 230g.
Author:  Fraioli, James O.
ISBN:  0941188256
Publisher:  Michael Wiese Productions
Date:  2000  (United States)
Readership:  General (Us: Trade) Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"303 Digital Filmmaking Solutions"

Solve Any Video Shoot Or Edit Problem in Ten Minutes Or Less

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"Digital Video and Audio" series; A collection of solutions designed to allow people to dig into each problem category and find the necessary guidance. With 120 illustrations. Paperback, 386 pages. Size: 233 x 185 mm. Weight: 620g.
Author:  Gloman, Chuck
ISBN:  007141651X
Publisher:  McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Date:  2003  (United States)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Documentaries"

And How to Make Them

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And how to make them. Andy Glynn subjects the whole documentary process to scrutiny. Includes a FREE DVD featuring three award-winning documentaries. With 20+ colour illustrations. Paperback, 192 pages. Size: 194 x 137 mm. Weight: 638g.
Author:  Glynne, Andy
ISBN:  1904048803
Publisher:  Oldcastle Books Ltd
Date:  2008  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  General (Us: Trade) Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"A Century of Model Animation"

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The technique of stop-motion model animation - bringing models to life by filming them one frame at a time - was the most important way of creating cinematic monsters and fantasy creatures before the advent of computer-generated imagery. This book gives readers an insight into the patience and ingenuity of the animators. With colour & b&w illustrations throughout. Hardback, 240 pages. Size: 287 x 240 mm. Weight: 1650g.
Author:  Harryhausen, Ray Dalton, Tony
ISBN:  1845133676
Publisher:  Aurum Press Ltd
Date:  2008  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  General (Us: Trade) Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"The Camera Assistant"

A Complete Professional Handbook

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A technical guide providing the facets and duties of the first and second camera assistants' jobs. It explains both the practice and theory. It covers topics such as film formats and aspect ratios, testing lenses and camera equipment, focus theory, film loading and labeling, scene blocking, marking actors, and others. With approx. 150 illustrations. Hardback, 421 pages. Size: 225 x 150 mm. Weight: 786g.
Author:  Hart, Douglas C.
ISBN:  0240800427
Publisher:  Elsevier Science & Technology
Date:  1996  (United States)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Harnessing the Technicolor Rainbow"

Color Design in the 1930S

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A history of Technicolor filmmaking and an analysis of how colour works in film. This book draws on research and analysis of well-known movies, including Becky Sharp, A Star Is Born, and Adventures of Robin Hood, to show how the Technicolor films of the 1930s forged enduring conventions for handling colour in popular cinema. With 85 b&w illustrations, 32 colour photographs on 8 pages. Paperback, 328 pages. Size: 227 x 157 mm. Weight: 417g.
Author:  Higgins, Scott
ISBN:  0292716281
Publisher:  University of Texas Press
Date:  2008  (United States)
Readership:  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Sound for Film and Television"

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Provides an introduction to the field of recording, editing, mixing, and exhibiting film and television sound. This edition includes information on digital techniques as they have arisen in the industry, and coverage of sound editing and design. It also includes an accompanying audio CD which contains examples demonstrating key concepts. With approx. 100 illustrations. 2 rev ed. Paperback, 368 pages. Size: 280 x 215 mm. Weight: 705g.
Author:  Holman, Tomlinson
ISBN:  0240804538
Publisher:  Elsevier Science & Technology
Date:  2002  (United States)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Film Directing Cinematic Motion"

A Workshop for Staging Scenes

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Second edition. With approx. 200 illustrations. 2 rev ed. Paperback, 362 pages. Size: 254 x 178 mm. Weight: 855g.
Author:  Katz, Steven D.
ISBN:  0941188906
Publisher:  Michael Wiese Productions
Date:  2004  (United States)
Readership:  General (Us: Trade) Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Cinematography"

The Classic Guide to Filmmaking, Revised and Updated for the 21st Century

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A guide to filmmaking, revised and updated for the 21st Century. With illustrations. 3 rev ed. Paperback, 224 pages. Size: 234 x 185 mm. Weight: 550g.
Author:  Malkiewicz, Kris Mullen, M. David
ISBN:  074326438X
Publisher:  Simon & Schuster Ltd
Date:  2005  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  General (Us: Trade) Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Better Location Shooting"

Techniques for Video Production

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You don't need a studio, a broadcast truck, or even extensive knowledge of how to use a 16 mm film camera - all you need is a digital camera, and you can take your job on the road and shoot wherever action is happening. This book tells you how to plan, troubleshoot, handle legal requirements and issues. With approx. 180 illustrations (150 in full color). Paperback, 288 pages. Size: 235 x 191 mm. Weight: 560g.
Author:  Martingell, Paul
ISBN:  0240810031
Publisher:  Elsevier Science & Technology
Date:  2008  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Digital Cinema"

The Revolution in Cinematography, Post Production and Distribution

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Offers an overview of digital cinema technology, detailing how the different phases of the moviemaking process, shooting, postproduction, delivery, and exhibition, are changed by digital technology. This title includes digital Cinematography - how to photograph and shoot in digital; and, Nonlinear Editing - software, basic techniques and savings. With 60 illustrations. Paperback, 210 pages. Size: 233 x 185 mm. Weight: 463g.
Author:  McKernan, Brian
ISBN:  0071429638
Publisher:  McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Date:  2005  (United States)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Video Production Handbook"

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Focusing on the techniques and concepts behind the equipment, this book demonstrates the fundamental principles needed to create good video content on any kind of budget. This book covers the techniques of persuasive camerawork, successful lighting and sound treatment, and video editing. With approx. 450 illustrations. 4 rev ed. Paperback, 352 pages. Size: 235 x 191 mm. Weight: 865g.
Author:  Millerson, Gerald Owens, Jim
ISBN:  0240520807
Publisher:  Elsevier Science & Technology
Date:  2008  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Cinematography, Television Camerawork

"Single-Camera Video Production"

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"Media Manuals" series; Explains the technology and the equipment of video production and details the techniques that can be applied to production or budget. Part of the Focal Press Media Manual series, this book also trains to integrate technique, equipment, and creative concerns within the production process from preproduction planning through final editing. With illustrations. 4 rev ed. Paperback, 232 pages. Size: 216 x 138 mm. Weight: 326g.
Author:  Musburger, Robert B.
ISBN:  0240807065
Publisher:  Elsevier Science & Technology
Date:  2005  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Cinematography, Television Camerawork

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