Filmcraft by Mike Goodridge

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The first in the FilmCraft Series, this beautiful book covers the complex craft of cinematography through discussions with notable cinematographers, like Vittorio Storaro and Christopher Doyle. With stills, photos from the sets, and in-depth exploration of both iconic and contemporary projects, from Psycho and the French New Wave classic The Week End to Chicago and Zhang Yimou's saga Hero. Get access to lauded professionals, who provide you with the perspective to think like the pros and create compelling visual stories. Apply the perspective you'll gain to your own work with practical tips, or just sit back and coast along this thoughtful, behind-the-scenes road.


About Mike Goodridge

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Goodridge is a well-known writer on film and the film industry.
Published November 3, 2011 by Focal Press. 192 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, Business & Economics, Education & Reference.

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FilmCraft Series "Cinematography" FilmCraft Series "Cinematography" FilmCraft SeriesCinematography is the first book released through the FilmCraft Series, and I clearly give it 5 out of 5 stars, I loved it that much.

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