Wystrach, Steve
January 2005
Millimeter;Jan2005, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p47
Trade Publication
Discusses ways on how to get better stock clips for motion pictures. List of all the shots that may be useful for the film, as well as any descriptors, including nouns, verbs and adjectives; Outline of the production details; Consideration of including information about the concepts involved in your project.


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