Digital Video Production Handbook
Would you like to learn how to write, shoot, produce, edit and direct professional digital videos? This handbook does just that: From the first idea - to a Hollywood style movie! Our worldwide "digital explosion" requires a new kind of "How To" More...
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MS Word 2010
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation LLC
Publication Date: 12/1/2009
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Would you like to learn how to write, shoot, produce, edit and direct professional digital videos? This handbook does just that: From the first idea - to a Hollywood style movie! Our worldwide "digital explosion" requires a new kind of "How To" books. Why? Most photographers are not just still-photographers anymore. Journalists, reporters, editors, camera operators, photographers depend on digital video knowledge. Nowadays, advertising, marketing, public relations and Internet communications people work more with video than ever before - in addition to workers in education, training and all kinds of instructional areas. Colleges and universities are teaching students who want to become professional media experts. This is a didactically new, learning-focused approach presenting all basic "standard knowledge" you need in order to professionally write, produce, shoot and direct digital video. Follow me!
Pierre KandorferPierre Kandorfer is a veteran Journalist with thirty years of media background. Being half French, half Austrian, he grew up in the middle of Europe and has done "everything": From news reporter to a Director of Programming, from a TV commercial to nationwide TV broadcasting, from an Award winning short-film to a movie series. He wrote thousands or articles, hundreds of TV programs and six of media books. One of them is still on the market after twenty five years in its 6th edition. Pierre Kandorfer taught Filmmaking and TV production in Europe and is considered a media analyst. In addition to his primary career as writer, producer and director, he is an internationally acclaimed neo-impressionist painter and a FAA licensed commercial pilot. As founder of "EuroChannel Broadcasting" and "Aviation Television" he created countless TV programs on aviation. Nowadays, he is mostly working on the things he likes most: Flying airplanes, painting, and writing satires.