Master Shots Vol 1, 2nd Edition: 100 Advanced Camera Techniques to Get an Expensive Look on Your Low-Budget Movie

£13
FREE Shipping

Master Shots Vol 1, 2nd Edition: 100 Advanced Camera Techniques to Get an Expensive Look on Your Low-Budget Movie

Master Shots Vol 1, 2nd Edition: 100 Advanced Camera Techniques to Get an Expensive Look on Your Low-Budget Movie

RRP: £26.00
Price: £13
£13 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

No mention is made in this book of cinematographers responsible for the films Kentworthy so vigorously dissects. Once you’re in the editing bay, it’s a lot easier to work with a shot that’s too wide rather than one that’s too narrow. He knew exactly when he was going to cut to those shots, and more importantly that it would be funnier to only ever see those random moments.

This is one reason that some of the films from the 1930s and the 1940s are considered "stagey" by today's standards. Finally, let’s review some of the best tips, tricks and practices for shooting master shots on your film and video projects. To many, a master shot is often simply lumped into a bucket which includes wide shots or establishing shots.Similarly, it’s also helpful to keep a master shot as still and static as possible just so to be sure that all of the actions, dialogue, and movement are not missed. Master Shots gives you so many powerful techniques that you’ll be able to respond, even under pressure, and create knock-out shots. However, this deprives editors of the benefit of having a useful safety shot in case there are any unforeseen problems with other camera setups.

We will show you more examples and scenes, and even take you through a custom example that will explain it even further. Jonnie Howard, the director, was not interested in shooting a master of the hall showing the audience, the stage and the whole chunk of play that is performed during the action. Use the secrets of the master directors to give your film the look and feel of a multi-million-dollar movie. Howard’s End (1992): In one exterior master shot, director James Ivory stages his two leads, Henry Wilcox (Anthony Hopkins) and Margaret Schlegel (Emma Thomason), in the garden outside the film’s namesake house.As a general statement for those just starting off with their films and video projects, a master shot is a perfect shot to approach first on any set.

Do your best to get creative with audio by using lapel mics on characters or hiding microphones just out of frame, but you can rest a little assured that you can record even better audio once you move into shooting other closer shots like mediums and close-ups. This master shot will cover all the necessary information just as you’d see as the audience during a play, before going into these more specific shots.I've read the first two of these books before, but I find them helpful to re-read to find any inspiration before filming something. Contrary to the common conception of a master shot, this one ends in a wide instead of beginning as one. He went from helping with small, shoestring-budget flicks, to directing movies with a decent budget.



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop