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  • brianknapp
    started a topic DSLR filmmaking guide

    DSLR filmmaking guide

    So I thought I would post this because I think it will really help others out like it did for me. I recently just finished this book called DSLR Cinematography (free download here http://nofilmschool.com/dslr/ ) and it really helped me learn about my new T2i and just to say I'm lovin it! You do need to know some basics before reading it though to understand it like DOT and aperture etc. So again I am just posting this because I know alot of people these days have turned to DSLR filmmaking because of great pricing and much bigger sensors in a smaller cheaper camera than compared to a dedicated $3k video camera. All the best, Brian Knapp

  • pat225
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    Great info, thanks man!

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  • dory811
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    Thanks for the link!

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  • brianknapp
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    Nice!

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  • Anonymous Filmmaker
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    I finally got around to making the filmmaking books thread here: http://www.filmmakerforum.org/genera...ing-books.html

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  • Petemc2490
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    Just finished writing a short that I am going to film with my Nikon D7000. I should def read this since its my first film using the camera. Thanks for the post.

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  • brianknapp
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    Originally posted by Anonymous Filmmaker View Post
    Thanks! I'll take a look. I'm going to start a thread for film making books, because it seems like it would help people.
    Definitely!

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  • Anonymous Filmmaker
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    Thanks! I'll take a look. I'm going to start a thread for film making books, because it seems like it would help people.

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