HorrorTalk.com Gives “The SUSFVG” a Scary Good Book Review

Posted by Anthony - February 21, 2012 - Book Reviews, Horror Movies - No Comments

Another week and there’s another review out on my new book, The Shut Up and Shoot Freelance Video Guide.  Despite the title that refers to the book’s focus on the specific freelance video genres – marketing videos, wedding videos, music videos and live events – most of the advice on shooting, lighting and audio techniques, as well as general production logistics and film tips and tricks can be applied to any genre – including narrative and horror filmmaking.

Check out HorrorTalk’s take on  the SUSFVG:

“The Shut Up and Shoot Freelance Video Guide” Book Review

Written by ZigZag

“Film school in a book” is a phrase often tossed around that doesn’t usually live up to its promise. Many how-to books are simply confusing because they either over-explain a topic or simply talk over the heads of the intended audience. The Shut Up and Shoot Freelance Video Guide successfully educates in a manner that is easy to follow and comes equipped with several [hundred] helpful photographs and diagrams to illustrate the point. Anthony Artis manages to cover a lot of ground at a brisk pace that informs without coming across as condescending…

Review Continued at HorrorTalk.com


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