Motion picture camera techniques
Motion Picture Camera Techniques offers practical guidance to the multiplicity of skills required by the professional cinematographer.As director of photography, operator, focus assistant, clapper loader or rostrum cameraman, you will find valuable practical advice. From script to answer print, from budget documentary to epic feature Motion Picture camera Techniques addresses all the commonest problems likely to be encountered by the cameraman, plus most of the unusual ones as well.
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Set Lighting Technician's Handbook: Film Lighting Equipment, Practice, and ...
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aperture artists back projection bipack blue backing camera crew camera equipment camera lens camera speed cameraman carnet cinema clapper board clapper loader close-up colour balance colour negative colour reversal contrast DAY FOR NIGHT depth of field detail director of photography distance documentary dolly Duplicate negative emulsion ensure entrance pupil exposure film camera film cameraman filmstock flashing focal length focus assistant frame frequency front projection grip hand-held helicopter high speed in-shot laboratory lenses look magazine microphones miniatures mirror movements moving necessary newsreel normal object operator optical printer original plate play-back pola screen possible production projector recorded reflected roll Scotchlite scratch script shadows sheet shooting shot shutter angle sound special effects cameraman spools stop studio surface sync synchronisation technique travelling matte tripod TV viewfinder underwater cinematography viewfinder viewing filter wide angle wound film zoom lens