Lynda.com - Foundations of Video | 4.99 GB
Embark on the very first steps in the process of creating moving images. In this course, author Anthony Q. Artis, a veteran of the film and television industry, introduces the core ideas behind how video cameras capture moving images. The course covers foundational concepts of lighting, such as why light is important, what kinds of lights to look for, and where to put lights relative to a subject. In addition, Anthony discusses sound, an often-misunderstood aspect of video, and shows how to properly set up mics and adjust audio levels on a shoot.
Exploring the different types of video cameras
Understanding how to focus
Shooting with shallow depth of field
Using ND filters to correct overexposure
Using gain to brighten an underexposed shot
Choosing the right shutter speed
White-balancing a shot
Working with a tripod
Using a boom microphone
Setting up a 4-point lighting scene
Using corrective gels
Foundations of Video: The Art of Editing
One of the most integral parts of filmmaking happens after the camera stops rolling. In fact, the way that you edit your footage together is what tells—and sells—the story to your audience. Learn how to examine a script, review your material, and shape raw footage into a work of art in this course with longtime film and TV veteran Norman Hollyn.
Start with an overview of concepts like the rule of threes, review a sampling of footage from films past and present, and then dive into script analysis. Find out when and when not to make cuts, how to collaborate with clients and directors during recutting, and how to ground the emotional backdrop for your piece with music and sound. Norman closes with a look at adapting to different genres and filmic styles.
Exploring the history of video editing
Controlling what the audience sees
Identifying the logline
Performing script and scene analysis
Coming up with an editing plan
Cutting from on-camera to off-camera action
Understanding the value of recutting
Shaping moments with music
Working in a specific genre
Mixing editing styles together
Foundations of Video: Interviews
This course introduces new and experienced videographers to the process of shooting quality interviews. Documentary filmmaker and instructor Anthony Artis shares his industry-proven techniques for planning and pre-production as well as staging and lighting. Using a combination of on-camera lectures and on-location examples, Anthony shows how to direct interview subjects and avoid common interview pitfalls.
Choosing the right mic
Mounting the mic
Using backdrops and cycloramas
Getting single-camera and double-camera coverage
Making your subject look good
Crafting interview questions
Editing the interview
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