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Film production technique : creating the accomplished image

Author: Bruce Mamer
Publisher: Belmont, CA : Thomson/Wadsworth, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks, manuals, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Mamer
ISBN: 0534629164 9780534629168
OCLC Number: 61183535
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xx, 460 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Block for the camera --
Creating the shots --
Film and video --
The language of the camera --
The shots --
Proxemics --
Angles --
Movement --
Focus effects --
Lens perspective and characteristics --
Constructing the scene --
The shape of production --
The director --
The menu --
Basic scene structure --
Continuity --
The line --
Crew organization --
The sequence of events --
The production crew --
The crew's responsibilities --
The producer's team --
The director's team --
The camera crew --
Previsualization --
Methods of previsualization --
A typical scene --
Production design and costume --
Organization on the set --
Another typical scene --
The camera --
The camera body --
Movement and perception --
The basic mechanism --
Formats --
Camera loads --
Cameras --
Basic threading procedures --
Magazines --
Viewing systems --
Camera options --
Camera features --
Cleaning and care --
Tripods --
The lens --
Focus --
f-stop --
Focal length --
Depth of field --
Prime versus zoom --
Lens mounts --
Front-filters and matte boxes --
Care and maintenance --
The film image and video organization --
Film stocks and processing --
Raw stocks --
Processing --
Video and the digital domain --
The video image and the video camera --
Technical specifications --
Cameras --
Workflow and the film/video interface --
The big question --
Matchback --
The telecine --
Digital intermediates --
Basic definitions --
Capturing video --
The future of film --
Workflows --
Projection --
Shooting --
Composition --
The director of photography --
The frame --
Lining up the shots --
Practical considerations --
Procedures and equipment --
The take --
The slate --
The camera assistant --
Equipment --
Sound --
Toward a final sound track --
Single-and double-system sound --
Synchronization --
The character of sound --
Sync recorders --
Microphones --
The production sound crew --
Riding gain --
Recording a scene --
Sound effects --
Import/sound transfers --
Cleaning and repair. Lighting and exposure --
Concepts and equipment --
The importance of lighting --
Basic three-point lighting --
High-key and low-key --
Lighting styles --
Types of lighting instruments --
Other types of sources --
Light meters --
Exposure and latitude --
Exposure index, foot-candles, and f-stops --
Using the light meter --
The central confusion --
Evaluating existing light --
Latitude --
Luminance --
t-stops --
A note on spot meters --
Planning the lighting --
Thinking out the process --
Lighting: a basic strategy --
Lighting applications --
Problems and solutions --
The setup: decision making --
The setup: fine-tuning --
Executing the lighting --
A checklist --
Lighting continuity --
f-stops and consistency --
Controlling focus --
Matching color sources --
Electricity --
Printing, processing, and exposure manipulations --
Slow motion and fast motion --
Filming various skin tones --
Safety --
Planning and preparation --
Transferring to video --
f-stop choice and the checklist revisited --
A typical scene --
Editing --
Principles, procedures, and equipment --
Digital nonlinear editing and film editing --
The purposes of editing --
General editing principles --
Structuring the editing --
Basic terms --
Procedures in the editing room --
Nonlinear editing and the film print --
Cutting picture and sound --
The NLE system edit --
The film edit --
Film: preparing to edit sync sound --
NLE: preparing to edit sync sound --
Dialogue cutting --
Cutting nonsync sound and picture --
A & B rolling sync sound --
A typical scene --
Audio finishing --
Practical cutting considerations --
Finishing on film/finishing on video --
Toward a film print --
Final sound mixing --
Negative cutting --
The final print --
The end result.
Responsibility: Bruce Mamer.

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