DIGITAL MOVIEMAKING is intended to meet the needs of professionals and students who are interested in digital moviemaking and want to emphasize the directorial and storytelling functions of the media. The text underscores the creative process'the kinds of decisions that are made and the strategies that are developed. Further, Gross and Ward stress the forethought and care that must go into all aspects of production, including the technical information that anyone engaged in production in this area should know. While concentrating on the narrative moving picture, many of the principles discussed are useful for other forms, such as documentaries, commercials, and music videos. The authors retain the sequence of information which has proven successful in the previous editions'a technical chapter is followed by a chapter geared toward the aesthetics of the same topic.Gross, Lynne S. is the author of 'Digital Moviemaking ', published 2006 under ISBN 9780495050346 and ISBN 0495050342.