An easy way guide
This best-selling beginners guide to making video is a 'must read' for anyone with an interest in filming with their dslr, camcorder or compact camera. If just one of the tips in this guide improves your videos, it will prove to be the best accessory you buy. With money saving tips and advice on buying and choosing a dslr or camera, this short guide is full of useful information the novice video maker needs to know. Making videos should be fun and this guide is essential reading whether you are new to making videos or want to make your videos better. This easy to follow guide gives you;
10 (free!) tips and tricks to improve your videos
Tips and tricks on filming videos with a dslr, camcorder or compact camera
How to choose the right camera or camcorder
How to make money from youtube
Guide to filming wildlife and people
Easy step by step instructions on editing and sharing your videos the “no hassle” way
Modern cameras are capable of taking great video. Canon dslr's like the 1100d, 700d and 600d can all be used great video. Nikon cameras also include the ability to take brilliant film with their their d3200, d3100 and d3300 range if you know how to the best from them. Sony mirror-less cameras like the a65 and a77 have camcorder like autofocus and fantastic video quality but do you know how to get the best results? Many bridge and compact cameras by Sony , Panasonic, Nikon and Fuji have easy to use movie modes if you just follow a few basic rules.
Alex Sally is a photographer and film maker and this book is an essential beginners guide to get you shooting great video. His wildlife films are now widely watched on the internet, with over 100,000 views. They have been featured on the BBC website and radio and watched around the world. His easy steps to making video will help you to save money, make better videos and have fun doing it. His website of photographs and wildlife films also has videos and tips to compliment this book can be found at Wildaboutfilms.com
Don't buy a camcorder or camera without reading this money saving guide first! Illustrations to accompany this guide are also available at wildaboutfilms.com
A note from the author
My films have now had over 100,000 views but when I started making videos, I made just about every mistake that’s it's possible to make! I could have avoided a lot of frustration if I had read just a bit of good advice. That’s where this guide comes in. This is the book I should have read the day I bought my first camera.
The background to this book is that after spending many years with a passion for photography, I set myself the challenge of trying to make wildlife films using a Canon 600d. Having learnt many lessons and made many mistakes, I now find that I am often asked questions by people who watch my films. Mostly people want to know what sort of camera to use, or what editing programme to buy. I try and respond to everyone with as much advice as I can. Those answers form the backbone of this guide.
On a personal note, I hope you enjoy this guide and feel inspired about making video and films after reading it. If you have enjoy this guide can I ask a small favour? Please leave a comment or review for the book, however short, I really appreciate the feedback. Many Thanks, Alex Sally