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Call Number: PN6710 .M38 2010
Framed ink by Marcos Mateu-Mestre takes a concrete look at the tools available to visual storytellers of all kinds. Using pen and ink, Mateu-Mestre, a twenty plus year veteran of feature film animation, leads the reader through a "'Master's course' of visual storytelling," in the words of Jeffrey Katzenberg writing in his introduction to the book. Framed ink presents a concise framework in which to think about lighting, composition, perspective, continuity, casting, production design in terms of the impact on the telling your story, whether in a live-action film, animation, graphic novel, or single frame. Mateu-Mestre avoids technology issues and concentrates on the final image to help the reader apply his lessons to his/her media and needs.
Color correction handbook
Call Number: TR899 .V35 2011
Publication Date: 2011
Make your precious footage "legal" and beyond. The techniques and standards described in this handbook can help you tweek that Production 1 assignment in Final Cut or help you get the most out of an hour in the Davinci suite. Post-production color correction is more accessible and powerful than ever, so an understanding of the technology and craft is more important than ever for director, cinematographer, editor, anyone concerned in communicating visually through moving images.
Call Number: DVD PN1995.9.S26 D57 2009
A surprising film from South Africa, "District 9" works as an exciting sci-fi adventure film, allegorical retelling of apartheid in South Africa, and personal transformative journey by the main protaganist. Check it out.
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