Video 101 Book Review

Over the past few years video technology has evolved so to the point that even the smallest cameras can produce cinematic results. With that said, camera technology will never replace camera technique.

So the question is, what are you doing to improve your own video skills?

My friend Lisa Lubin is a three-time Emmy-award-winning television writer, producer and editor with more than fifteen years of experience in television production. Over the last year, she worked to put all of her knowledge into a robust eBook called Video 101.

If you are looking for basic video guidance, Video 101 will provide you with the foundation for capturing and creating memorable videos and short movies.

The guide is full of no-fluff information that covers run-and-gun shooting, interviewing subjects, framing shots and editing. If you want to grab a copy, go here: Video 101

Who should get this guide?

Grab a copy of this video guide if you are looking for a good, no-fluff reference to basic video techniques. Get this guide if you are interested in applying these video strategies to your guerilla filmmaking arsenal.

Who Should NOT get this guide?

Do not get this guide if you have years and years of experience producing professional video. Do not get this guide if you have already won an Emmy Award. While there might be a good tip or tactic, chances are you know a lot of this stuff.

The guide is full of no-fluff information that covers run-and-gun shooting, interviewing subjects, framing shots and editing. If you want to grab a copy, go here: Video 101

(In full disclosure, this is an affiliate link. That means, I get paid to promote.)

 

 

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ARTICLE BY Jason Brubaker

If you'd like more tactics like the article you just read, make sure to grab a copy of the filmmaker checklist. You'll get 65 useful steps you can employ to produce your next feature film.
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