DSLR Video and Motion

ART X 440.38

This class helps photographers strengthen their visual storytelling by adding a time-based element to their work. Both technical and creative issues in DSLR filmmaking are addressed. Technical instruction covers camera…

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This class helps photographers strengthen their visual storytelling by adding a time-based element to their work. Both technical and creative issues in DSLR filmmaking are addressed. Technical instruction covers camera settings, lighting, audio, post-production, and editing. Creatively, students complete projects that include creating a story, developing themes, interview style videos, stop motion, and mini-documentary. Class time is divided between classroom lectures, shooting sessions, and lab time.
Prerequisites
Basic camera and digital literacy. Familiarity with an editing software, such as Premier, Final Cut Pro, iMovie, and Avid Movie Maker. Students must provide their own DSLR cameras.

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