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Digital Moviemaking: The Filmmaker's Guide to the 21st Centuryby Scott Billups
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In this hip and irreverent book, you'll learn exactly what you need to make your own digital movie and become the hot young filmmaker of tomorrow.
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Surveys some of the equipment and techniques that can be used to create a movie on digital media. Topics include compression schemes, choosing a camera, actor lingo, scripts, lenses, camera placement, artificial light, editing, and data transfer.
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The author shares his technical and practical knowledge to show you what you need, and don't need, to make your own digital movie on whatever you can. Topics include selecting camera formats and desktop editing software through digital production and Internet distribution are all included.
In this hip, irreverent book, readers will learn exactly what they need to make their own digital movie and become a hot filmmaker of tomorrow. Billups, an accomplished digital effects artist, provides updates on the latest equipment, techniques, and formats through links to custom Web sites. 28 color photos.
About the Author
Scott Billups, who lives in Los Angeles, is an award-winning director/producer who has produced, directed, and written countless feautre films, television programs, and commercials.
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