SKU: videography
Videography

DLSR VIDEOGRAPHY: USING THE VIDEO FUNCTION ON YOUR DLSR CAMERA

This 8-week course focuses on exploring and utilising the video function of your DSLR camera. This will be achieved through a series of theoretical and practical hands-on lectures.

The final project will be a project of your choice. (This will afford you an opportunity to put into practice all the elements taught on the course.)

Course Outcomes

  • Learn how to use the manual video functions on your DSLR.
  • Compose and capture professional footage on your DSLR.
  • Understand how to use light to create mood and help tell your story.
  • Perform basic editing skills using Adobe Premiere Pro to finish a video production.

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Dates & Times

22 Jan – 12 Mar 18:00 – 21:00

Course Duration

8 sessions, 3 hours each, over 8 weeks

.Course Overview

DLSR VIDEOGRAPHY: USING THE VIDEO FUNCTION ON YOUR DLSR CAMERA

This 8-week course focuses on exploring and utilising the video function of your DSLR camera. This will be achieved through a series of theoretical and practical hands on lectures.

The final project will be a project of your choice. (This will afford you an opportunity to put into practice all the elements taught on the course.)

 

Course Outcomes

  • Learn how to use the manual video functions on your DSLR.
  • Compose and capture professional footage on your DSLR.
  • Understand how to use light to create mood and help tell your story.
  • Perform basic editing skills using Adobe Premiere Pro to finish a video production.

 

Course outline 

 

BASIC DSLR CAMERAS FUNCTION WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE VIDEO FUNCTION AND LIGHTING

  • Light and colour theory
  • Use of the zoom lens
  • Creative lighting effects
  • Sound recording and monitoring
  • Depth of field
  • Camera video functions vs still camera operations
  • 3 point lighting
  • Mixed colour temperature
  • Microphones and audio recording devices

 

DEVELOPING A CONCEPT

  • Developing a concept
  • Writing a treatment
  • Breaking down a script
  • Shot lists and storyboards

 

INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO EDITING: ADOBE PREMIERE PRO

  • Theory of editing
  • The timeline
  • Layers
  • Grading
  • Insert and overlay
  • Logos
  • Audio mix

 

FINALISING THE SEQUENCE

  • Project management
  • Import/export – settings
  • Creating titles
  • Colour grading
  • Video effects/transitions
  • Audio, music and sound effects

 

Materials and Equipment Requirements

  • DSLR video camera
  • Tripod
  • Large External Storage

 

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