8 Jun 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 great book to have for all film-making weather y. Master Shots Vol 1, 2nd Edition has 41 ratings and 2 reviews. Addy said: This is the book that got author Christopher Kenworthy started. Wildly successfu.
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Master Shots: Action by Christopher Kenworthy
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Matthew marked it as to-read Feb 09, At the time of its release, nothing like it existed, and with the arguable exception of Gustavo Mercado’s “The Filmmaker’s Eye”, nothing comes close e This is the book that got author Christopher Kenworthy started. Overview Master Shots gives filmmakers the techniques they need to execute complex, original shots on any budget.
Apr 11, Mike Christooher rated it liked it. 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.
Very simple and useful reference guide.
Master Shots gives every filmmaker out there the blow-by-blow setup required to pull off even the most difficult of setups found from indies to the big Hollywood blockbusters.
Tseng rated it really liked it Mar 08, Anne Billson on Film He directed a feature film, along with many music videos and commercial projects.
Keith Strachan rated it really liked it Dec 11, Kung-Cheng Wang rated it liked it Jul 06, Master Shots Vol 2. April 29, Imprint: 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.
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Dan Glaser rated it it was amazing Jun 07, Based on the best-selling line of books by Christopher Kenworthy, Master Shots divulges the great dir Set their hearts and minds racing.
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The Film Director Prepares. Devin Watson, producer, The Cursed — May 11, Only one example comes with each camera technique the book outlines, and, from that, there is just a few frames from the actual film and a few more from an imagined film represented with graphics that look like they came from virtual reality circa Conversations with the Masters of the Horror Film.