CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR DIRECTORS JACQUELINE B.FROST PDF

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Frost book review. In some respects, Jacqueline B. What the content is all about is the role of the director of photography DP or cinematographer to the director of the film rather than turn the director into a DP. If you thought this meant the DP was just the cameraman, then this book will put you right. Artistically, the director is the artist and the DP is his brush.

As such, the DP works very closely with the director and with equal enthusiasm to get things done. It does make me wonder what keeps the number down, though. I should point out that there are a lot of photo references, especially of equipment, in his book to show you what they mean.

Even more so when you learn more about film stock and the Kelvin colour temperature palate and its application. Some DPs embrace it while others are reluctant until they have to although is now essential for high level special effects movies. Another oddity comes from a look at film genres.

Although horror gets its own section and even super-heroes as the new genre, nary a mention of Science Fiction as a genre. It should come as no surprise that you are run through all the DP filming techniques with special attention giving to the difference between using a dolly to move the camera in a scene and using a zoom lens.

There are also photographs of the various equipment used and its application from examples in making a film so you can develop some familiarity with it all. Back to digital cameras. It should hardly be a surprise that there are a variety of cameras. One of the biggest concerns is always making back-ups of what is recorded and the problems of longevity compared to film. Actually, this is a problem any of us computer-users have.

I would always maintain having copies of anything important to be saved to DVD as well and be careful with solid-state hard drives as, like with USB memory fingers, they can rapidly run of the number of times you can access them. There is a lot to digest from reading this book.

If you have any interest in how films are made, then you will come away from this book with a deeper appreciation as to the work of the DP and how some of the more subtle things done with colour are done to the mood of the film.

Some of which is so sublime that I took it for granted as part of the landscape being enhanced rather than being subtly changed.

As even the big studios rent their cameras than own them, I imagine some of you will take that route to learn how to use them. ISBN: Category : Movie books. Thank you for your review of the book. I will certainly correct that in the new version! Name required. Email required; will not be published. View All Events. About the Author Author Profile Geoff Willmetts has been editor at SFCrowsnest for some 15 plus years now, showing a versatility and knowledge in not only Science Fiction, but also the sciences and arts, all of which has been displayed here through editorials, reviews, articles and stories.

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Frost book review. In some respects, Jacqueline B. What the content is all about is the role of the director of photography DP or cinematographer to the director of the film rather than turn the director into a DP. If you thought this meant the DP was just the cameraman, then this book will put you right. Artistically, the director is the artist and the DP is his brush.

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