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Grammar of the film language (Communication arts books)

Grammar of the film language (Communication arts books) By Daniel Arijon Grammar of the film language Communication arts books Visual narrative formulas for anyone involved in the film and tape industry

  • Title: Grammar of the film language (Communication arts books)
  • Author: Daniel Arijon
  • ISBN: 0803826753
  • Page: 424
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  • Grammar of the film language (Communication arts books) By Daniel Arijon Visual narrative formulas for anyone involved in the film and tape industry.
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    1. Bruneau Nicolas on said:

      C est quoi un plan A quoi sert un d cadrage Pourquoi utiliser la profondeur de champs Ce livre r pond toutes ces questions, c est une excellente base d apprentissage pour les d butants et un parfait pr cis de grammaire qui permet aux professionnels de r viser les bases Je recommande vivement.

    2. Stuckshutter on said:

      This is one book that lives up and exceeds the description and good things people have said about it in other reviews For a filmmaker as any stage of their development, this is would be a wise investment that you ll go back to again and again.Movies are called movies because they are not static, it s about movement and the incredible exploration of all the ways you can create movement and move the storyline forward using combinations of camera setups and movement combined with actor and prop mov [...]

    3. Review Name on said:

      This book is incredibly thorough After reading just a few chapters I see television shows and movies in a completely different way I am cognizant of the blocking and camera set ups that the producers are using to get their particular shots This is a reference book I will keep close to me The illustrations are a little dated, and in some of the illustrations the men and the women look alike, and the men look alike as well, so you have to concentrate to understand the relative positions of the ch [...]

    4. Gary Desomber on said:

      I have been making short films since I retired a few years ago and am having the time of my life There are a gazillion books out there relating to movie making and the film industry and this is typical, yet informative Probably helpful for someone just starting out in the business.

    5. Book Lover on said:

      Pretty dry and clinical There are better books, this one is of a college textbook I recommend Andrew Stevens book Foolproof Filmmaking.

    6. K. Triplett on said:

      I have to say that the illustrations are odd A significant number have scantily clad women and naked women but there are also illustrations of naked men It s kinda bizarre but if you look on the illustrations as artist sketchings of the nude form and focus on the information being presented, it s an invaluable guide to camera motivation and how to tell a story in a way that engages the audience.It s difficult to get this information from any source Schools typically don t teach this stuff and I [...]

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