Film Making and Cinematography (including Photography)
One of my many passions is making quality films. Unlike most people that manage to find a slot in Colleges and institutes, I have taken the self-taught roots using volunteering as a feasible way to gain hands on experience and improve my craft.
This place is geared to providing a pearl of Educational resources, Reference sheets, and a place where people can come and learn more about film making and video skills. Jul 9
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Camera angles and movements combine to create a sequence of images, just as words, word order and punctuation combine to make the meaning of a sentence. You need a straightforward set of key terms to describe them. Describing Shots When describing camera angles, or creating them yourself, you have to think about three important factors
Resources by Bill Jones Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned professional, sometimes we all need our memory jogged. It’s never a bad idea to have some convenient references handy just in case. I have listed what I think are some helpful cheat sheets to keep in your camera bag.
Being harassed as a photographer is not a new thing for me. Nor do I think it is a problem I bare on my own. In the US there is a great PDF that you can print out as to your Rights as a Photographer . There’s also a PDF for protographers in the UK .
is designed to give teachers, students, and home movie makers a tool to plan ahead when creating video projects. It features the ability to: Enter shot titles and descriptions, complete with planned lengths and edited order. Indicate shot types: video, still, audio, music, or titles. Enter film tips for your camera person when videotaping the shot and editing tips to be used when editing in iMovie, Movie Maker 2, Final Cut Pro, Premiere, or any other editor of your choice. Import existing video clips, still pictures, and sounds to better illustrate each shot.
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