- Storytelling Techniques for Digital Filmmakers by Ross Hockrow

SKU Bx31-StorytellingDIGITALFilm-Hockrow / AMH 1992

Amherst Media 2013, softcover, 6 x 9”, 128 pages, 159 full-color illustrations

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Master the Art of Telling Stories - the Key to Successful Filmmaking

Shot by shot, every good film tells a story. In this book, filmmaker Ross Hockrow shows you how to take control of the narrative and completely engage audience in your plot, characters, and settings. Whether your films are created at live events or staged shoots, you'll learn valuable skills for presenting richer stories in more powerful ways.

- What to shoot and how to present it
- Use camera movement to enhance the moment
- Build anticipation through conflict and resolution
- Learn key lighting and audio strategies
- Use wide shots, medium shots, close-ups, and B-roll more effectively

The key elements of creating an effective film narrative—which involves a significant shift in mindset from still photography to motion capture—are detailed in this guide to becoming a standout digital videographer. Through teaching classic cinematic techniques for storytelling while addressing contemporary digital equipment and customer standards, the guide instructs such elements of filming as mixing the types of shots used, charting the plot, and introducing characters. Equipment use is also explored through the analysis of gear for camera movement and how to create ideal lighting. With a focus on high-definition filming, the book also provides invaluable information on obtaining high-quality audio and how to make the most of video editing.

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