If you have a DSLR camera with video functionality then this is the course for you! We live in a beautiful world of motion and change; we are constantly moving, or being moved by life. Our memories have definitely been enhanced by the ability to capture each and every one of these special moments in motion.
This advanced video course is targeted at those of you who have a good understanding of a DSLR camera, but want to lift your skills to a new level. To do this course you need to have completed the Fundamentals of Digital Photography course and be comfortable with using your camera in full manual mode.
To do the course you need a DSLR camera with video functionality, as well as a laptop to complete the editing part of the course. You will be provided with a trial version of Adobe Premier Pro and a full colour course manual. The course is hands-on and practical to help you come to grips with the concepts taught in class. It is presented on one evening or morning a week over five consecutive weeks.
Telling stories with motion
Maintaining continuity between shots
Screen direction & shooting to edit
Adobe Premier Pro introduction
DSLR camera set-up
Understanding codec’s and file formats
Focus, depth of field and lens choice
Managing your files in Adobe Premier Pro
Shutter speed vs frames per second
Resolution, lines and pixels
Best practices for audio
Synchronising audio in Adobe Premier Pro
Lighting and Colour for video
Filtration for Video
Camera Supports and Accessories
Colour grading in Adobe Premier Pro & Speedgrade
Workflow and planning
Rendering and preparing for DVD, TV and web
Rendering your project in Adobe Premier Pro
If you have any queries please feel free to call the College of Digital Photography on 086 11 PHOTO (74686) or email@example.com.