Video is everywhere. Over 90 percent of American homes have the little form of video camera, we upload twenty-four hours of video to the Web each minute, as good as we watch videos dual billion times the day upon YouTube. Problem is, many of it is bad—but here’s how to have it not usually better, though additionally great.
How to Shoot Video That Doesn’t Suck is all about the denunciation of video. It’s about how to consider similar to the director, in any case of apparatus (amateurs consider about the camera, pros consider about communication). It’s about the manners grown over the century of movie-making—which work
just as good when sharpened the two-year-old’s birthday party. Written by Steve Stockman, the executive of Two Weeks (2007), as well as TV shows, song videos, as good as hundreds of commercials, How to Shoot Video That Doesn’t Suck explains in 74 short, pithy, judicious chapters how to discuss it the story as good as perform your audience.
Here’s how to consider in shots—how to move-point-shoot-stop-repeat, instead of planting yourself in the single mark as good as dire “Record” for 5 minutes. Why never to fire until we see the whites of your subject’s eyes. Why to “zoom” with your feet as good as not the lens. How to emanate amour upon camera. The book covers the basis of framing, lighting, receptive to recommendation (use an outmost mic), editing, special goods (turn them off), as good as gives specific recommendation upon how to fire the accumulation of specific situations: sporting events, parties as good as family gatherings, graduations as good as performances. Plus, how to have enlightening as good as promotional videos, how to have the song video, how to constraint stunts, as good as most more. At the finish of each section is the idea of how to rught away put what we schooled in to practice, so the subsequent time you’re sharpened you’ll have started to master the skill. Accompanying the book is the website with video clips to spell out opposite rules, techniques, as good as situations.