A Lesson on Making Better Home Movies

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

With an increasingly sophisticated crop of small, inexpensive digital cameras — in addition to those built into the tops of computer monitors and cell phones — more people are making movies than ever before. Equally significant, these little vignettes are reaching a greater audience than ever before. But not everyone's filmmaking skills have caught up.

Filmmaker Roger Sherman, author of "Ready, Steady, Shoot: The Pocket Posh Guide to Great Home Video," offers a lesson in how to make a great amateur video. He even came in early to make one in our studios.

The Takeaway 10 Shot Video

Guests:

Roger Sherman

Produced by:

Jay Cowit

Comments [4]

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May. 14 2012 08:37 AM
Bobbie & Bob Miller

Very Cool Roger

Mar. 12 2012 12:22 AM
Elizabeth Brennan from Utah

Your recommendation "short-short-short" is an excellent one. thank you.

Feb. 07 2012 03:23 PM
John from Manhattan

Saba the flying cat. Yes another YouTube cat video - http://youtu.be/ZT_jnCvCVJ4

Feb. 07 2012 09:08 AM

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