Master Shots: 100 Advanced Camera Techniques to Get an Expensive Look on Your Low-Budget Movie Volume 1

Master Shots: 100 Advanced Camera Techniques to Get an Expensive Look on Your Low-Budget Movie Volume 1

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By (author) Christopher Kenworthy

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  • Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions
  • Format: Paperback | 362 pages
  • Dimensions: 191mm x 279mm x 18mm | 635g
  • Publication date: 18 April 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Seattle
  • ISBN 10: 1615930876
  • ISBN 13: 9781615930876
  • Edition: 2, Revised
  • Edition statement: 2nd Revised edition
  • Illustrations note: 300 Plus Frame Grabs and 200 Plus Diagrams
  • Sales rank: 24,857

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'Master Shots' gives filmmakers the techniques they need to execute complex, original shots on any budget. By using powerful master shots and well-executed moves, directors can develop a strong style and stand out from the crowd.

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Christopher Kenworthy has worked as a writer, director, and producer for the past ten years. He directed the feature film The Sculptor, which played to sold-out screenings in Australia and received strong reviews. Recent works include sketch comedy for the BBC's Scallywagga, a title sequence for National Geographic Channel, visual effects for 3D World, music videos for Pieces of Eight Records and Elefant Records, and an animated wall projection for The Blue Room Theatre in Perth, Australia. Kenworthy is the author of the best-selling Master Shots, two novels: The Winter Inside and The Quality of Light, and many short stories. Current projects include screenwriting, several directing assignments, and the development of additional Master Shots applications.

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By LevyVanMalder 30 Mar 2012 5

the book only conceals 230 pages, and yes, i'm speaking of the 2nd edition/ for the rest this book looks very useful