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jvora

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« on: December 07, 2009, 02:26:53 PM »

Hello All :

Looking for a book to help a Still Photographer make the transition to DSLR Video - Should cover the basics and lead upto intermeidate topics.

Any recommendations ??


Thanks,

Jai
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« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2009, 12:57:48 AM »

Quote from: jvora
Hello All :

Looking for a book to help a Still Photographer make the transition to DSLR Video - Should cover the basics and lead upto intermeidate topics.

Any recommendations ??


Thanks,

Jai

Video in DSLR is really too new for books

Philip Bloom has a couple of DVDs that go through the basics of the tech

I think there are two aspects to DSLR shooting video

-the tech
-the art

The tech is covered on boards like DVXuser and Cinema5d
The art is covered on other websites appertaining to making video in general


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« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2009, 01:54:16 PM »

Morgan :

Yep, you are right - The books that seem to address my requirements will only be available in Feb / March 2010 - Perhaps, there are other books which I was not familar with which is why I sought help on this forum.

Guess will have to wait for a few more months.

Thanks,

Jai

Quote from: Morgan_Moore
Video in DSLR is really too new for books

Philip Bloom has a couple of DVDs that go through the basics of the tech

I think there are two aspects to DSLR shooting video

-the tech
-the art

The tech is covered on boards like DVXuser and Cinema5d
The art is covered on other websites appertaining to making video in general
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