Preface 1. The camera 2. Image control 3. Composition and framing 4. The camera's view 5. Telling the story 6. Videotape 7. The video signal 8. Recording the video signal 9. Analog video editing 10. Going digital 11. Thanks for the memory 12. Digital editing 13. Editing techniques 14. Digital effects 15. Microphones 16. Having the right connections 17. Location sound recording 18. Sound post production 19. Safety on the set 20. Lighting 21. Using lighting equipment 22. Production options 23. Scriptwriting 24. Doing short dramas 25. Preproduction 26. Budgeting 27. The location shoot 28. Studio layout and equipment 29. Studio roles 30. Operating the studio audio mixer 31. Studio procedures 32. The HOT studio 33. Studio interview 34. Video transmission me
Winner: 2003 'The Australian' Awards For Excellence in Educational Publishing. Category: Tafe and Vocational Education - Single Title.
Martha Mollison has been a freelance video producer for over twenty years and has taught video at tertiary level for over ten years at the Australian Film Television and Radio School and at James Cook University.
""Reading this book is like apprenticing with a master who not only teaches the necessary basics, but also emphasises the 'tricks' that ensure a successful production while minimising wasted effort."