Intro to Video Production

Learn how to use modern video production equipment, including manual settings on various types of cameras, lights, tripods, and audio recording equipment, to produce professional videos.

Course Outcomes

  • Know the different types of cameras used to produce video as well as tools for mounting cameras, lighting and audio recording.
  • Know how to use the manual functions on cameras used to shoot video.
  • Know the standard shot framings and video shooting rules.
  • Know how to control the lighting on a shoot, including blocking and bouncing light and adding artificial lighting, to create standard types of lighting.
  • Know how to record audio for video productions.

Included:
20% discount voucher from Orms Rental,

Structure
5 consecutive Monday evenings for 3 hours per session. This course is also offered as a One-Week option – running Monday to Friday.

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OUTCOMES

  1. Know the different types of cameras used to produce video as well as tools for mounting cameras, lighting and audio recording.
  2. Know how to use the manual functions on cameras used to shoot video.
  3. Know the standard shot framings and video shooting rules.
  4. Know how to control the lighting on a shoot, including blocking and bouncing light and adding artificial lighting, to create standard types of lighting.
  5. Know how to record audio for video productions.

 


YOU SHOULD ENROL IF:

  • You want to shoot and create your own videos,
  • You want to increase your service offering as a photographer,
  • You want to make the most out of your existing camera gear.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

  • You will need a camera capable of shooting video that gives easy access to the basic settings: ISO, shutter speed and iris. (DSLRs, cine cameras and standard video cameras are all acceptable)
  • Unfortunately, a smartphone or action camera (GoPro, for instance) or drones are not acceptable for this course.
  • You will need your own external storage either HDDs, SSDs. or a large flash drives
  • You will also need a set of earphones or headphones to monitor audio on the cameras or levels while editing the footage.
  • Any additional gear is welcomed, but not required.

WHAT PREVIOUS STUDENTS HAVE SAID:

“I enjoyed it being so practical learning a concept and getting time in class to practice it. The course is quite condensed, really a lot to take it. And it is all quite necessary.”

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