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Video-capable DSLR cameras give filmmakers a quality previously impossible without high-end cinema cameras. Exploring the cinematic quality and features offered by hybrid DSLRs, this book empowers the filmmaker to craft visually stunning images inexpensively. Learn to think more like a cinematographer than a videographer, whether shooting for a feature, short fiction, docum Video-capable DSLR cameras give filmmakers a quality previously impossible without high-end cinema cameras. Exploring the cinematic quality and features offered by hybrid DSLRs, this book empowers the filmmaker to craft visually stunning images inexpensively. Learn to think more like a cinematographer than a videographer, whether shooting for a feature, short fiction, documentary, video journalism, or even a wedding. DSLR Cinema offers insight into different shooting styles, real-world tips and techniques, and advice on postproduction workflow as it guides you in crafting a film-like look. Case studies feature an international cast of cutting edge DSLR shooters today, including Philip Bloom (England), Bernardo Uzeda (Brazil), Rii Schroer (Germany), Jeremy Ian Thomas (United States), Shane Hurlbut, ASC (United States), and Po Chan (Hong Kong). Their films are examined in detail, exploring how each exemplifies great storytelling, exceptional visual character, and how you can push the limits of your DSLR.


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Video-capable DSLR cameras give filmmakers a quality previously impossible without high-end cinema cameras. Exploring the cinematic quality and features offered by hybrid DSLRs, this book empowers the filmmaker to craft visually stunning images inexpensively. Learn to think more like a cinematographer than a videographer, whether shooting for a feature, short fiction, docum Video-capable DSLR cameras give filmmakers a quality previously impossible without high-end cinema cameras. Exploring the cinematic quality and features offered by hybrid DSLRs, this book empowers the filmmaker to craft visually stunning images inexpensively. Learn to think more like a cinematographer than a videographer, whether shooting for a feature, short fiction, documentary, video journalism, or even a wedding. DSLR Cinema offers insight into different shooting styles, real-world tips and techniques, and advice on postproduction workflow as it guides you in crafting a film-like look. Case studies feature an international cast of cutting edge DSLR shooters today, including Philip Bloom (England), Bernardo Uzeda (Brazil), Rii Schroer (Germany), Jeremy Ian Thomas (United States), Shane Hurlbut, ASC (United States), and Po Chan (Hong Kong). Their films are examined in detail, exploring how each exemplifies great storytelling, exceptional visual character, and how you can push the limits of your DSLR.

30 review for DSLR Cinema: Crafting the Film Look with Video

  1. 5 out of 5

    Doug Luberts

    This book tries to cover all aspects of filmmaking with a DSLR, including both technical and production aspects, with material ranging from the very basic, beginner oriented (lens type and selection, discussions of aperture and focal length, etc., exposure, etc.), and on to more advanced topics. As an experienced photographer, much of the discussion of basic photographic information was familiar territory, however there are a lot of great tidbits to be gleaned from discussions about creating film This book tries to cover all aspects of filmmaking with a DSLR, including both technical and production aspects, with material ranging from the very basic, beginner oriented (lens type and selection, discussions of aperture and focal length, etc., exposure, etc.), and on to more advanced topics. As an experienced photographer, much of the discussion of basic photographic information was familiar territory, however there are a lot of great tidbits to be gleaned from discussions about creating film looks, and differences between shooting film and video, including how to create a film look with a DSLR are good. One minor flaw in the book's approach is that the information is very Canon-centric. I'm primarily a Nikon shooter, and it would have preferred a more camera-agnostic treatment. There are sidebars from industry-leading DPs, such as Phillip Bloom, Shane Hurlbut, and others, offering practical information that has been battled-tested, and suggestions for a wide array of hardware and software that can help get the job done. This book is a great reference for experienced cinematographers and beginners alike.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Raphael Bernardo

    By now, a few years later, this is a little outdated but it's great because all the equipment they talk about is much cheaper and low end compared to what people(hobbyist/low budget filmmakers) are buying now. I use this to justify buying older, cheaper stuff. This book's sorta a history book of how it was like when DSLRs just came out for shooting film like video. For new stuff I'd stick to the forums as it changes every few months.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Reid

    Brilliant primer for anyone interested in DSLR filmmaking. Wish I had read this first before jumping in. A lot of valuable lessons and case studies.

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