Inspirational and fun, this engaging book explores the video-making process from script to screen, with techniques to try out and practical tips to produce exciting projects at home. Discover how to get the best angles, lighting, and sound quality, and add special effects when recording using phone, webcam, camera, or camcorder.
Turn footage into a finished product by adding visual effects with editing software, and find out how to format, upload, and create a trailer for the masterpiece. Whether you want to record special occasions, zany pets, action-packed sports events, a music video, or a stop-motion animation, Video Ideas has everything you need!
This book is suitable for readers between 5 and 9 years of age.
Imagine and create awesome videos and animations to share with friends and family, and on YouTube, using phones, webcams, cameras, or camcorders. Whether recording special events, making your own stop-motion, reviewing a game or creating a music video, become a star and a video journalist with Video Ideas. The book’s content supports the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) approach to cross-curricular learning.
Tim Grabham is a film-maker, visual artist, and animator based in the United Kingdom. He has been directing independent short films for over 20 years. His first feature film, KanZeOn (2011), a sensory exploration of sound in Japan has screened widely at prominent international festivals and events globally. He also co-authored the award-winning children’s book Movie Maker: The Ultimate Guide to Making Films (2010).