Thursday, February 12, 2015

Ready Steady Shoot: Guide to Smartphone Video Review #ReadySteadyShoot


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Ready Steady Shoot: Guide to Smartphone Video


Ready, Steady, Shoot is an upbeat and easy to follow enhanced eBook – with videos and photos – to help you make videos of your vacations, your kids’ activities, family get-togethers, a night out with your crew. It doesn’t matter what you’re shooting with – a smartphone, a digital still camera, or a camcorder. Ready, Steady, Shoot can help.

Oma found “Ready, Steady, Shoot: A Pro's Guide to Smartphone Video” upbeat and an easy-to-follow eBook. The embedded learning videos really help you make movies more professionally. Using my smart phone for photos and videos is so convenient – this guide has really help improve my craft.

The core of the book, called The Ten Shot Video, features short exercises "to get your film head on." Author Roger Sherman is an award winning documentary filmmaker who is a founder of Florentine Films. He can boast of an Emmy, a Peabody and two Academy Award nominations among his many prizes. His photography has appeared in Budget Travel, Newsweek ,Town & Country and Saveur. 


$ 8.99 Available on Amazon Kindle, iTunes, and
the Ready Steady Shoot website

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Table of Contents



Ready Steady Shoot: Guide to Smartphone Video - Roger Sherman
Roger Sherman
  1. Introduction: Try This at Home
  2. Ready! Get Your Film Head On: It's All About Seeing
  3. Ready! Get Your Film Head On
  4. Steady! A Little Technique Goes a Long Way
  5. Shoot! Every Shot Tells the Story
  6. The 10-Shot Video: Short Exercises to Master Technique
  7. Sh-Sh-Short Films
  8. Advanced Techniques
  9. The Art of the Interview
  10. Shooting Sports
  11. Go Hollywood: Make Your Own Feature, Action, and Horror Films
  12. Editing



Ready Steady Shoot: Guide to Smartphone Video


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