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How To Film Moving Pictures in the 1910's

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How To Film Moving Pictures in the 1910's

Everyone interested in early cinema knows about the iconic wooden, hand cranked cameras. This book reprints extremely rare camera gear manuals, pamphlets and assorted literature from the era of The Keystone Studio, Charles Chaplin, D. W. Griffith, Mary Pickford, and store front Nickelodeons. Just when purpose built movie theatres were in their infancy. Along with added material and research by Darren Nemeth, you can learn the basics on how to operate a moving picture camera and process film from the 1910's perspective. Learn the ropes on how to become a successful camera operator at the dawn of industrialized film production!