Wait . . . where's the "Video for Still Photographers" title? Seems to be missing.
Film Directing Shot by Shot: Visualizing from Concept to Screen, https://www.amazon.com/Film-Directing-Shot-Visualizing-Productions/dp/0941188108/ref=pd_bxgy_14_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=0941188108&pd_rd_r=AV3Y3C7EQEWKPNZ6YMV7&pd_rd_w=Oeqpx&pd_rd_wg=V9N05&psc=1&refRID=AV3Y3C7EQEWKPNZ6YMV7Are you a natural story teller? There is no magic bullet to teach storytelling.Watch Dallas Buyers Club (2013) and Wild (2014). Both shot by Yves Bélanger with minimal equipment.
I enjoyed The Lisbon Portfolio. You can write well about much more than photography. I’ll have to order some of your other books.I also noticed some of your author photos. As someone just a year ahead of you (and who has worked hard to get to a similar result) good work on your fitness regime.
I have the first three, need to add the LED book. But like Mundy, still waiting for the Video for Photographers ever since you mentioned it. Is this an ongoing project in the background? If not, what current books would you recommend as an all inclusive (gear, settings, lighting, post production, etc.) introduction to video?
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