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Whether you want to film wildlife as a fascinating hobby, or are hoping for a career as a professional wildlife film-maker, this book and a basic camcorder are all you need to get started! Packed with information and advice acquired over years of teaching wildlife film-making Piers Warren guides you through all aspects of making a wildlife film from choosing a camcorder to editing the final product. Includes: Selecting a Camcorder - different formats explained (including High Definition) Other Useful Equipment - tripods. lenses, lights, microphones and more... Subjects for Filming - in the garden, on holiday or on a special trip Documentary Themes - how to choose a topic for your film - with numerous examples Camera Techniques - handling, composition, shooting sequences, panning/tilting/zooming, cutaways, interviews and many other techniques discussed Fieldcraft - how to be neither seen, heard nor smelt by the wildlife Set Building - how to construct and use wildlife sets The End Product - DVDs, web-streaming, television, showreels - the possibilities explained Post Production - planning, editing, working with sound tracks, adding music and narration Author Piers Warren is the Principal of Wildeye Wildlife Film Training, editor of Wildlife Film News, producer of, founder of Filmmakers for Conservation and author of Careers in Wildlife Film-making. Through Wildeye, Piers leads wildlife tours and training expeditions around the world.

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