A fully updated and revised new edition of this essential handbook for aspiring video makers.
Producing Videos has been called the 'bible' of video making. A bestseller over many years, it offers a comprehensive and user friendly guide to all aspects of video production - from the first chapter on using a camera (if it doesn't go in easily, don't force it) to the chapter on distribution (no matter what happens, always hold onto your master).
All the elements of video production are covered: camera operation; scriptwriting; composition; budgeting; preproduction planning; lighting and sound recording; interview techniques; field production and studio shoots; digital editing; digital postproduction techniques; video streaming and other forms of online distribution.
This edition has been fully revised and updated to cover developments in technology, promotion and distribution. It includes tips from over 120 experienced video teachers from around the world, and is illustrated with over 600 photographs and 200 diagrams.
Producing Videos is the best handbook available for learning the basics of video making. It is an ideal guide for students, and for anyone who has a flip camera burning a hole in their pocket and aspirations to become the next hot new director.
'Whether you are a beginner or veteran filmmaker, Martha Mollison's Producing Videos serves as a comprehensive guide to all aspects of video production.' - Greg Walters, Portland Community College
'An invaluable resource for developing my students' video journalism skills.' - Kay Nankervis, Charles Sturt University
About The Author
Martha Mollison has been a freelance video producer for over twenty-five years and has taught both in Australia and the US in universities, colleges, cable TV stations and community organisations. She is currently based in Portland, Oregon, USA.
""Reading this book is like apprenticing with a master who not only teaches the necessary basics, but also emphasises the 'tricks' that ensure a successful production while minimising wasted effort."
Number Of Pages: 576
Published: May 2010
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 17.2 x 3.8
Weight (kg): 1.23