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Old July 5th, 2009, 09:46 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Vasco Dones View Post
Ah!, I see... So, your initial question, Doug, should have been:
"Has anyone found any useful resources oriented towards one-man documentary filmmaking?"
Vasco: the answer to that question is obviously "Yes!" Dozens of books on the subject.

- I am not really interested so much in the "one person" limitation. Having professional on camera talent, a sound person, or a production assistant doesn't change the situation that much from the PoV of the cinematography. By preference I will always work with an assistant/fixer - But "one-person" and "run and gun" play well together so I'll take it.

Jack: You got it - my question relates to camerwork only - not producing, directing, etc.

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