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Hey guys,


I'm desperately trying to find a book I saw once. It was basically a book full of storyboard panels showing interesting shots. If I remember correctly it had hardly any text at all, just panel after panel, it looked awesome and was a great reference but I cant seem to remember its name or who it was by and general searching on the internet has had no luck.


It may have even been a book on photography since as it was basically about shot composition.


I was wondering if this seemed familiar to any of you wonderful film making buffs.


Thanks for your time,



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It may be Setting Up Your Shots--Great Camera Moves Every Filmmaker Should Know by Jeremy Vineyard, Illustrated by Jose Cruz. It was published by Michael Wiese Productions, 11288 Ventura blvd, Ste. 821, Studio City, CA 91604. I see it's listed on Amazon.com, about $16.



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