Television Field Production and Reporting

ISBN-10: 0205577679

ISBN-13: 9780205577675

Edition: 5th 2009

Authors: Fred Shook, John Larson, John DeTarsio

List price: $133.80
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Television Field Production and Reportingintroduces the art of visual storytelling with the most contemporary, professionally-oriented look at television field production and reporting on the market.nbsp; Widely adopted and universally respected, the National Press Photographers Association endorsesTelevision Field Production and Reportingas a resource for college students and working professionals alike.
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List price: $133.80
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/22/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

About the Author
Introduction: Television Is a Language
Telling the Visual Story
Visual Stories Begin with a Clear Focus
The Visual Storyteller Defined
Write the Pictures First
Shoot Sequences
Prove the Storyrsquo;s Focus Visually
The Focus May Change
Look for a Story Focus in Spot-News Events
Identifying the Larger Spot-News Story
Tell Your Story through People
Strong Natural Sound Helps Tell the Story
Build In Surprises
Keep Sound Bites Short
Address the Larger Issue
Make the Report Memorable
News Packages Are Factual ldquo;Mini-Moviesrdquo;
The Lead
Provide Visual Proof for all Main Points
The Close
Be Hard on Yourself as a Writer
Write from the Visuals
The Edit Console Is a Rewrite Machine
Reportorial Editing
A Blueprint for Shooting Spot News
The Visual Grammar of Motion Picture Photography
The Shot
Basic Shots
How Shots Work Together
Camera Movement
Shots That Help Tell the Story
Location Shooting
One Shots to Crowd Shots
Master Shot with Cut-Ins
Multiple-Camera Photography
How to Shoot Matched Action with One Camera
Overlapping Action
Photographing Action Under the Photographerrsquo;s Control
Photographing Action Not Under the Photographerrsquo;s Control
Matched-Action Sequences Can Be Shot in Spot News
Screen Direction
Vary Camera Angles
Angles Provide Psychological Impact
Contrast and Comparison
Video Editing: The Invisible Art
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