Setting up your shots: great camera moves every filmmaker should know

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Michael Wiese Productions, Feb 9, 2000 - Performing Arts - 142 pages
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Setting Up Your Shots is a complete visual encyclopedia of creative camera set ups and moves every filmmaker and cinema fan will want to own.

Over 100 storyboards with simple descriptions have been especially designed for this book. They show filmmakers, home video buffs and cinema fans how to achieve an incredible number of effects, images and compositions.

This book is presented in an elegant horizontal format to create the proper cinematic perspecitve. It also provides over 135 references to great shots from classic movies, including:
- Titanic
- Blade Runner
- Star Wars
- Vertigo

- A visual guide to hundreds of camera moves
- Features over 300 original illustrations and storyboards
- Draws examples from many classic films, eg Titanic, Blade and Star Wars

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