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Series: Library of Communication Techniques

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Lighting for TV and Film by Gerald Millerson
Special effects in television by Bernard Wilkie
The Technique of Audio Post-production in Video and Film (Library of Communication Techniques) by Tim Amyes
The Technique of Documentary Film Production by W. Hugh Baddeley
The technique of editing 16mm films by John Burder
The Technique of Film Animation (Library of Communication Techniques) by John Halas
The Technique of Film Editing by Karel Reisz
The Technique of Film Music (Library of Communication Techniques) by Roger Manvell
Technique of Lighting for Television and Motion Pictures (Library of Communication Techniques) by Gerald Millerson
The technique of television announcing by Bruce Lewis
The technique of television news by Ivor Yorke
The Technique of Television Production (Library of Communication Techniques) by Gerald Millerson
The Technique of the Film Cutting Room by Ernest Walter
The technique of the motion picture camera by H. Mario Raimondo Souto
The Technique of the Professional Make-Up Artist by Vincent Kehoe
The technique of the sound studio by Alec Nisbett
The Technique of the Television Cameraman by Peter Jones
Techniques of Special Effects of Cinematography (Library of Communication Techniques, Film) by Raymond Fielding

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