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This is an extremely well written, comprehensive book on ALL aspects of film making.
I must admit that I have not read the entire book yet, but what I have read is very comprehensive and explained well.
I recommend this book for anyone interested in learning about digital and film production and post production.
Comprehensive, if a bit dated. Hardly anyone uses analog recorders anymore. Digital sound recorders are covered, but there's still a lot on analog. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Scott FS
Great for brushing up on fundamentals. Kinda out dated in the 4K workflow industry though. Still a book worth buyingPublished 1 month ago by Philey
Then this is the book for you. For me, this was not such a great purchase, and felt mislead by the positive feedback on this book, but then, maybe I should stop looking in books... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Adam D. Vargas
This is the ultimate reference book for independent filmmakers. I find the writing to be clear, with just the right balance of detail and concise style. Read morePublished 5 months ago by L. Wassermann
It's pretty much exactly what I wanted, the only thing that's its missing is filmmaking techniques. But I guess you can buy another book for that. 5 stars!Published 9 months ago by Gabriel Diaz
I'm still using it for class. I haven't actually completely read it all the way through and it would help tremendously if it was less wordy. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amanda Nevarez
Many sections are dated unless you like reading about how they used to work with film. Video, and parts applicable to video are worthwhile. Read morePublished 18 months ago by David M. Williams
Our Grandson received this for a gift and he was just thrilled and now he can find out how to make movies with The Filmmaker's Handbook.Published 19 months ago by Stanley Fox