The Best Books in Video Production | Crew Mama | Blog

The Best Books in Video Production | Crew Mama | Blog - Are you into reading, but don’t know which books are best for video production? Well, thankfully, a couple of bookworms work at Crew Mama and have great recommendations for video production books! These books are for both beginners and advanced videographers.

What Film Schools Don’t Tell You: Your Basic Guide to Making Movies and Finding Good Distribution

This book by Kelly Schwarze is a serious favorite! While you will learn a lot in film schools, learning from a professional who has been in the business for a while can be very beneficial. Kelly offers great tips and guides for making your own movies. The book is very straightforward and easy to understand! Also, all the reviews give 5-stars!

The Bare Bones Camera Course for Film and Video

The book, Bare Bones Camera Course for Film and Video, by Tom Schroeppel and Chuck DeLaney is a wonderful and quick read. These authors clearly know what they are talking about! Similar to the other book, the language is very easy to understand. This book covers various topics such as exposure, sound, editing, crossing the line and more. By the end of the book, the authors hope that you will understand how to shoot and edit together properly!

How to Shoot Video That Doesn't Suck: Advice to Make Any Amateur Look Like a Pro

We have written about this book in a different blog post because it really is just that great! The author, Steve Stockman, is very passionate and wants to help you! You can definitely read this book out of order and choose which chapters interest you the most or just skim it! His tips are extremely helpful, so definitely give it a read!Crew Mama loves these books and we love that they are all on Amazon even more. Also, they are all less than $15, so they are affordable! We hope that you give them a read, even if you are not a bookworm. If you ever need to book a crew, give us a call today!