Rosenblum is the founder of the New York Video School and has been a professional television producer.
He spends a couple of chapters convincing and showing you that the basic smartphone camera is more advanced than the million-dollar set ups they used to create and produce many of our favorite TV shows. Besides, he posits: today's consumer is more interested in authenticity and clarity of message than how polished, artistic and professional your video looks.
One of the things you learn is that a great video starts with only five shots. Learn these five shots and Rosenblum says you'll create better videos than the pros:
- A close up of hands.
- A close up of the face.
- A wide shot of the person or action.
- An over the shoulder shot.
- A side shot.
This and more is in the book. The book is designed for the person who wants to learn more about creating videos, especially the do-it-yourselfer.
Twitter ID: @Rosenblumtv