Master Shots: Advanced Camera Techniques to Get an Expensive Look on Your Low-Budget Movie, Vol. 1 (2nd Edition). Christopher Kenworthy. Christopher Kenworthy – () – Master shots: Advanced Camera Techniques to Get an Expensive Look on Your Low Budget Movie. Master Shots Vol 1, 1st edition has ratings and 26 reviews. Will said: This film directing book is a Christopher Kenworthy. · Rating details · ratings.
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Useful series of books about cinematic “shots” that also a storytelling photographer can possily benefit from.
Master Shots: Action by Christopher Kenworthy
Books of Christopher Kenworthy. Dec 05, Lyf rated it liked it. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Current projects include screenwriting, several directing assignments, and the development of additional Master Shots applications. Christophr trivia or quizzes yet.
Christopher is the author of the best-selling Master Shots Vol. And, for all its examples, the authors provide no time stamp during which the technique in question appears.
I found the book quite useful but I had problems mastee the quality of the images. Gk marked it as to-read Apr 01, Lists with This Book. I liked that it even gave suggestions on which lens to use for the different shots. Igrowastreesgrow marked it as to-read Mar 06, Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.
Knowledge can easily be transferred to the art of comic making, since so much of making comics is the deciding of what angles are most effective to draw the scenes in.
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Return to Book Page. Very simple and useful reference guide. This film directing book is a great book to have for all film-making weather your new or well experience in the field of film-making. Each technique is illustrated christophet samples from great feature films and computer-generated diagrams for absolute clarity. Andres Arosemena marked it as to-read Mar 05, A great how-to manual for anyone mqster must communicate with directors.
Stanley Xavier rated it liked it Nov 17, The Director s Vision. Description Master Shots gives filmmakers the techniques they need to execute complex, original shots on any budget.
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Even when the clock is ticking and the light is fading, the techniques in this book can rescue your film, and make every shot look like it cost a fortune. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Good how they explain the work the lens have to do in each shot and give examples from movies. Most low-budget movies look low-budget, because the director is forced to compromise at the last minute.
Kenworthy has captured the unwritten and visual language of the moving picture in this essential reference tool. You can read and review and really take time to think about each shot in the whole book in one A shot-design ebook where you can watch the shots with explanation is completely, obviously brilliant, and this book did not disappoint. In this engagingly written book, with helpful illustrations from actual films, Chris Kenworthy goes a long way towards bridging this knowledge gap. They must assume you have the time t This book is just barely acceptable as a tool of learning film making.
I’ll definitely be checking out the other two books in the series. Apr 22, Srinidhi rated it liked it. Lorena rated it really liked it Mar 25, Most low-budget movies look low-budget because the director is forced to compromise at the last minute. Mau marked it as to-read Feb 19, By using powerful master shots and well-executed moves, directors can develop a strong style and stand out from the crowd.
Jan 17, Joakim Gustafsson rated it really liked it. Jun 17, Askar Ibragimov rated it it was amazing. I would highly recommend this book to have in your tool-kit Why should they be given away for a few dollars?
Although the examples can be long winded, it’s still an easy read for a novice, and a passable refresher for the working camera op. Jun 21, Herman Litt rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is just barely acceptable as a tool of learning film making.
A good starting place to open up the channels of communication, but nothing more. About Christopher Kenworthy Christopher Kenworthy has worked as a writer, director, and producer for the past ten years.
Each technique is illustrated with samples from great feature films and computer-generated diagrams for absolute clarity.
Great intro to the basics. Mark marked it as to-read Feb 21, They must assume you have the time to watch or fast-forward through a feature-length film to see kemworthy technique.
A shot-design ebook where you can watch the shots with explanation is completely, obviously brilliant, and this book did not disappoint. Lauch marked it as to-read Sep 09, Most low-budget movies look low-budget, because the director is kenworrhy to compromise at the last minute.
Overall, this book points toward some interesting technique, but doesn’t do enough to make sense of them; it mostly wastes its own, strangely-shaped space.