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"Stockman has packed a veritable film school between the pages of this highly informative, yet entertaining book. Very highly recommended."
"Great tips from a video expert."
"Whip-smart and funny... teaches readers how to think about film and reveals the why and when behind techniques; there is next to zero tech or tool talk."
"His simple-to-follow guide takes readers step-by-step through the film- and video-making process"
I read this cover-to-cover since every page had a great tip on how to make a video that my friends and family actually want to watch! Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Constance Grant
This book was so good. I read the whole thing in the book store the 1st time I saw it. I went to film school and have done short films, commercials and music videos and already had... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Krystal Bolden
Well, I read it as soon as I opened the shipping package. I thought it offered a lot, giving me a better understanding on how to shoot better video--I learned something. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Eric
Common sense ideas organized simply. Makes you aware of the video process and components. That should make you a better video editor and producer of your own creations.Published 11 days ago by jburnie
I was interested in this title since I just purchased a new camera with HD video capability. My son is a film maker, and I wanted to improve my technique to impress him. Read morePublished 13 days ago by N. Cox
Really, really great book. A common sens approach to good video. The author should diverse on some other subjects. There is a very big market on common sense; rare thing this days.Published 14 days ago by Titus Bontea
This book has made me totally change my approach to shooting videos and it has worked out pretty well. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Matthias Hypolite
This book really cures you of the most common amateur videographer's worst bad habits, from trying to include too much in your frame to making shots that are far too long. Read morePublished 17 days ago by timothy andrew neal
This was recommended to me by a professional photographer. She said I'd enjoy it because it is laid out simply, in easily digestible and understandable chunks and would guide me... Read morePublished 21 days ago by L. M. L. Wilson