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  • Taschenbuch: 223 Seiten
  • Verlag: Michael Wiese (27. August 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1615931546
  • ISBN-13: 978-1615931545
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,9 x 27,8 x 1,4 cm
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Hec am 2. Mai 2014
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Besitze bereits Volume 1 und habe mich daher entschieden Volume 3 zu erwerben. Habe den Kauf nicht bereut, es überschneidet sich kaum mit Volume 1 und hat wieder viele schöne Einstellungen auf Lager, welche zum Inspieren einladen. Wie immer gilt, die gezeigten Szenen werden bestmöglich durch BIlder erklärt, für ein besseres Verständnis empfehle ich dennoch die Filme gesehen zu haben. (Inception, Leon der Profi, Karate Kid etc)
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Von christoph sieciechowicz am 12. Dezember 2013
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Being The third Book of The Series, The practical approach to the individual shots is great and is a great help to both pros and ams. A Big up for this Book and The entire series.
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Setting scenes. 4. November 2013
Von Geoff the SFCrowsnest guru - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
One of the books I was interested in having a look at from Michael Wiese Productions was this one, ‘Master Shots Vol. 3’. I did wonder when it arrived whether I should have seen the earlier two volumes first, but each book is very much a standalone, dealing with how to get the best use of a scene in the film camera. This volume points out how to get the most out of a scene. Christopher Kenworthy obviously targets the film director but the techniques shown can also be useful for the comicbook artist and even has a knock-on effect for the prose writer because it helps visualise the scene you want to describe.
The biggest surprise was seeing so many SF sourced films being used, including ‘Blade Runner’, ‘The Adjustment Bureau’ and ‘Star Wars’, although there are others like ‘War Horse’ and ‘Leon: The Professional’ as well. All of these are used to highlight the 100 examples that Kenworthy uses to make various points varying from actor or camera movement within a scene and to make the action interesting.
I found it very much an eye-opener and have already begun to wonder how it will affect my film watching for this kind of detail, especially as the pros themselves have these books for reference in their own collections.
It would have been interesting to see examples of where it doesn’t work as well as a contrast but then I’ve frequently said that of such books because you become mindful of what mistakes not to make.
In some respects, I found this book a fast read, however it isn’t really designed to bog you down with words because what you really want from this book is how to set up your scenes and even get the best performance from the cast involved. I suspect if you found this book useful, you’ll also pick up the earlier two volumes as well.
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Picture This! 9. Dezember 2013
Von Christina Hamlett - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Back when I was 10 and forced to endure a week of Girl Scout camp in the Pacific Northwest (for parental reasons that, frankly, still escape me), I recall a gaggle of us trekking into the woods on a quest for blackberries. “Do you think we’ll get lost?” one of my friends nervously asked. “No way!” I replied, proudly informing them that, “I have a compass!” It was new. It was shiny. It even had the official Girl Scout trefoil stamped on the back as testament to its authenticity.

The fact I had absolutely no clue how it was supposed to work – never having read the instructions which came in the box – was a moot point. Somehow, I thought, if (1) darkness fell in the forest, (2) bears started chasing us or (3) we came upon a strange village where no one spoke English, all I had to do was flip open the lid and it would magically tell me what turns to take in order to get us safely back to camp.

Technology, of course, has given us tools far more advanced than the humble compass. Movie cameras, for instance. Yet how often do the uninitiated fall into the trap of thinking that if they just point it at something, it will always yield picture-perfect results worthy of the finest cinematography? For aspiring filmmakers of any age, "Master Shots, Volume 3" by Christopher Kenworthy is a must-have title for their resource library.

The book isn't just a treasure trove of black and white images from a diverse range of films but also offers detailed explanations on how specific framing, distance, lighting and angle work in concert to deliver symbolism, rich textures and move the story forward. Many of the frame grabs are accompanied by diagrams with black arrows indicating the movement of the actor(s) and white arrows corresponding to the movement of the camera. As the reader moves through the chapters, the diagrams taper off - a clever device for the readers to figure out the respective movements on their own and, thus, be able to apply them to their own projects.

I especially like the author's quote, "If you shoot a great actor in an average way, the result is disappointing. If you shoot an exquisite set without innovation, the money's been thrown away. If you shoot a wonderful story with traditional setups, the result will be boring." While "Master Shots" is targeted to filmmakers, there are a number of concepts that can have just as significant impact on readers whose medium of expression is a basic digital camera coupled with photo editing software. Kenworthy's passion for his craft is evident on every page and the takeaway value for future movie directors is a better understanding of the look, energy and emotion they want their scenes to achieve before the cameras ever start rolling.
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and liked it so much that I ordered Volumes 1 and ... 19. Juli 2014
Von David J. Patterson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I read Volume 3, and liked it so much that I ordered Volumes 1 and 2. I think there is a wealth of practical information, and these books are both educational and a good resource. Even seasoned directors and DPs can benefit from these books by seeing shots they may have forgotten about, or not considered.

My only complaint is the design layout. The book's type is unnecessarily HUGE, the illustrations are dark and sometimes poorly rendered. There is a massive amount of wasted space. The worst part of the layout is that the wiiiiiiiiiide book format is awkward to hold while reading. I really dislike this format, and wish the book was more compact. If the series of books were in a traditional format, they would be something I could bring with me to shoots, but the size is just too cumbersome to deal with.

My gripes aside, I highly recommend the entire series of these books.
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A great reference book 23. Oktober 2013
Von Tragic matt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
A great reference book for the film making enthusiast. Whilst I'm not a professional film maker I do enjoy making short movies and promo videos for my business. These books really do make a difference and tell you not just how but why certain shots work better.
I'm posting a review because I think the books deserve one but I don't want too many people getting their hands on it or my secrets out. ;)
A useful and interesting look at how films are made.
Master Shots Vol 3 - An Excellent Resource For Young Directors and for Actors as well 5. November 2013
Von Tommy G. Kendrick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I received a review copy of this book and have been so impressed I'm offering it as a gift to one of my listeners on Actors Talk Podcast. This is well illustrated book that is a terrific resource for the young and/or aspiring director. Each shot is illustrated with photos and the overhead views and use of directional arrows all add to the teaching value of the book. The big bonus for my listeners, predominantly actors, is that this is an excellent learning tool for them as well. So many actors come from university experiences that provide mostly theater based education. They have little to no experience on a film set, working with a camera or understanding how the director and DP are working. The transition from theater to work in commercials, television and film can be rough and this book is one I'd recommend to actors who are shy of technical knowledge. All in all, MASTER SHOTS is an excellent resource. It's really a pretty cool book series for anyone who enjoys the process of making movies.
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