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ERIC Number: ED131480
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 262
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Filming for Television.
Englander, A. Arthur; Petzold, Paul
Film makers, professional or amateur, will find in this volume an extensive discussion of the adaptation of film technique to television work, of the art of the camera operator, and of the productive relationships between people, organization, and hardware. Chapters include "The Beginnings," an overview of the interrelationship between roles in television production; "Programme Quality and Organization"; "A Television Film Studio"; "Going on Location"; "Drama Production"; "The Director and His Style of Work"; "Equipment in Practical Use"; "Film Materials and Working with Colour"; "Processing, Rushes and Picture Quality"; "Shot Planning"; "Camera Movement"; "Composition"; "Daytime Exteriors: Exposure, Control and Contrast"; "Lighting"; "Studio and Indoor Lighting"; "Filtering with Daylight and Artificial Light"; "Effects and Limitations"; "Composite Photography"; "Car and Chase Sequences"; "Interviews"; "Filming Works of Art"; and "Poetry Reading." An appendix contains examples of shooting and filming schedules, a filming diary, and a shot list; a glossary of terms also is provided. (KS)
Hastings House, Publishers, 10 East 40th Street, New York, New York 10016 ($19.50 cloth)
Publication Type: Books
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