How to Make Your Own Video
Whether you're getting ready to shoot one of America's funniest home videos, a school project, a spoof of Batman, or a music video, you'll need to know some of the basics of videomaking first. This book covers all the technical basics of making a camcorder home video, and focuses especially on elements of production, direction, and creative use of subjects and scripts.
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