DSLR Video and Motion

ART X 440.38

Strengthen your visual storytelling by adding a time-based element to your work. 

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What you can learn.

  • Understand camera settings including picture style, optimizing white balance, and tonal curve
  • Examine different lenses, adapters and focal length
  • Explore lighting options including available, fresnels, and hot lights
  • Manage audio recording and synching
  • Practice editing and post-production
  • Create a story and develop themes

About this course:

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. 
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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