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The five C's of cinematography : motion picture filming techniques simplified

Author: Joseph V Mascelli
Publisher: Hollywood [Calif.] : Cine/Grafic Publications, [1965]
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To my knowledge this is the first book that has attempted to translate the many intangibles of film making into definitive explanations. I believe that this book will be truly valuable to cinematographers of limited experience, and particularly to students studying motion picture production. By understanding and applying the principles presented in this book, the reader will be able to visualize a story in motion  Read more...
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Mascelli, Joseph V.
Five C's of cinematography.
Hollywood [Calif.] : Cine/Grafic Publications, [1965]
(OCoLC)622874134
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph V Mascelli
ISBN: 096002400X 9780960024001
OCLC Number: 566601
Description: 251 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 29 cm
Contents: Camera angles --
Continuity --
Cutting --
Close-ups --
Composition.
Responsibility: Joseph V. Mascelli. ; with an introd. by Arthur C. Miller.

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To my knowledge this is the first book that has attempted to translate the many intangibles of film making into definitive explanations. I believe that this book will be truly valuable to cinematographers of limited experience, and particularly to students studying motion picture production. By understanding and applying the principles presented in this book, the reader will be able to visualize a story in motion picture terms. For, above all, it is the power of visualization that makes the successful cinematographer. - Introduction.

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