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Movie making for the young cameraman

Gordon Catling

Movie making for the young cameraman

by Gordon Catling

  • 128 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by N. Kaye in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cinematography -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Amateur films -- Juvenile literature.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGordon Catling and Richard Serjeant.
    GenreJuvenile literature.
    ContributionsSerjeant, Richard, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTR851 .C3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p. :
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5938035M
    LC Control Number65006459
    OCLC/WorldCa17599177

    The film has an unabashedly avant-garde style, and emphasizes that film can go anywhere. For instance, the film uses scenes such as superimposing a shot of a cameraman setting up his camera atop a second, mountainous camera, superimposing a cameraman inside a beer glass, filming a woman getting out of bed and getting dressed, filming a woman giving birth, and the baby being taken away to be.   Many times the DP of a film will also operate on a one camera shoot. In some countries, however, the DP is not allowed to operate the camera, thus the need for a camera operator. First Assistant Camera. The first assistant Cameraman (or 1st AC) is in charge of the actual camera and related equipment. He/She must always stay with the camera.

    Meant to serve as an authoritative source of information on camera work in large scale feature productions, this book attempts to give some basic understanding of the problems of motion picture photography, the working conditions and artistry of lighting for mood and dramatic effect, budget problems for making films, and facts about working with a team. THE MAKING OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN. BEHIND THE SCENES. 15 Buchons, 10 Spitfires, 2 Hurricanes, and a Heinkel assemble for the movie at Duxford Airfield in the summer of (photo from Flypast magazine, October ). 2nd Unit Director David Bracknell (right) plans an aerial sequence with aerial cameraman Skeets Kelly (left) and Wing Commander George Elliot (second from right).

    Truffaut's classic beautifully captures the romance of movie making from the POV of the folks behind the camera-- not the glamour, but the romance. Not just for the actors but for the entire crew. I first became aware of this film when I saw a short television documentary about its . T-- is used to getting grief. He gets it from his mom, who blames herself for his accident years earlier. He gets it from Mr. Lam, who suspects every kid of stealing from his shop. Worst of all, he gets it from Joined at the Hip, a trio of bullies so vicious that they leave T-- terrified of.


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