American Cinematographer Manual

American Cinematographer Manual

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Volume One is the reference guide containing in-depth chapters by noted professionals such as a€œFraming for Televisiona€ by Dave Kenig; a€œComparisons of 1.85, Anamorphic and Super 35 Film Formatsa€ by Rob Hummel; a€œAnamorphic Cinematographya€ by John Hora, ASC; a€œLenses by Iain Neil; a€œMotion-Control Cinematographya€ by Richard Edlund, ASC; a€œAerial Cinematographya€ by Jon Kranhouse; a€œUnderwater Cinematographya€ by Pete Romano, ASC; a€œDigital Postproduction for Filma€ by Bill Feightner and Robert L. Eicholz; a€œShooting 16mm Color Negative for Blowup to 35mma€ by Irwin Young, etc.Volume Two is the field guide starts with camera section assembled by Jon Fauer, ASC and continues with all of the tables and charts for quick reference while working on the set.Each book is 6a€x9a€ with over 400 pages. Each volume also contains the complete table of contents and index for both books for ease of use.A CalColorTM90 Magenta enhances the blue and red transmission by reducing the effective green transmission by three ... predictable results (i.e., combining 30 Cyan (-30R) and 15 Blue (-14G, -16R) results in a Light Steel Blue filter (-14G.

Title:American Cinematographer Manual
Author:Stephen H. Burum
Publisher:American Cinematographer - 2007


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