As most new camera owners know, the latest models of today’s digital SLR cameras can capture HD video as well as still images. But the camera manuals offer little specific guidance on how to shoot good video. DAVID BUSCH’S DSLR MOVIE SHOOTING COMPACT FIELD GUIDE is a concise reference loaded with detailed tips and techniques for shooting video with today’s popular digital SLR cameras. The book explains the purpose and function of the dSLR’s basic movie controls and makes clear the sometimes confusing world of file formats, resolution, aperture/priority exposure, autofocus modes, frame rates, storyboards, lighting, audio, and much more. Packed with easy-to-access, color-coded information, clear descriptions and recommendations, and a broad range of illustrations and examples, this book will take the mystery out of making movies with your dSLR, no matter which popular camera model or brand you own.
Table of Contents
1. Quick Setup Guide.
2. Map and function of typical controls.
3. Planning and Shooting Your Movie.
4. Making the Most of Lighting.
5. Improving Your Audio.
6. Shooting Tips Tables.