DSLR Video Basics with Jefferson Graham
Jefferson Graham, pictured above
In today’s ever-demanding world, it’s important that still photographers are equipped with the knowledge of shooting video. Video promos for websites, YouTube, Facebook and other media are now the norm. In this one-day class, students will learn all the technical elements on their video-enabled DSLR cameras to shoot motion properly.
From philosophy of motion picture to practical insight, participants will receive hands-on experience using DSLR technology to capture moving images to their camera. Topics covered include: DSLR history, camera settings, focus & framing, capturing motion, accessorizing the camera, telling a story, on-set practices, downloading & back-up, and more. The goal is to provide students practical and useful information in order to record and produce video immediately.
Learn the methods used by professional videographers and take your work to the next level! Class lecture in the morning will be followed by hands-on practice in the afternoon. For more in-depth training regarding video editing, sign up for the Sunday Video Editing Basics class with Marc Franklin.
Date: Saturday, April 12, 10 am - 5 pm
Enrollment limit: 15 students
Skill/Experience level: Prerequisite: How to Use a Digital Camera: SLR, or equivalent experience and instructor approval. Students should be familiar with basic operation of their DSLR cameras.
Tuition: $215 + $15 equipment fee
$187.00 (Early Bird Price)
10 am - 5 pm,
April 12, 2014
15 open seats