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Photography video graphics web | Florence Tiber-Valley Experience
Photography video graphics web | Florence Tiber-Valley Experience

Video Making Course Advanced in Tiber Valley Umbria

Date

May 01 2020 - Oct 05 2020

Location

TheDarkroom Academy Tiber Valley
Via Biturgense 100, Città di Castello, Perugia

Cost

€360

In Brief

The goals of the course is to help the student to go beyond his/her basic level providing a broader knowledge on the tools of professional video making and their use, fine tuning one’s skills for to conceive and make a final product suitable for the professional market of video production.


18 hours in total


2 weeks of duration
3 classes per week of 3 hours each (tailorable to student’s needs)
Days of class: TBD together the students


Lessons in English
Level of the course: basic


Application deadline 1 week prior course beginning


Description

Advanced course of videomaking in Città di Castello, Tiber valley, Umbria

Goals of the course

The goals of the course is to help the student to go beyond his/her basic level providing a broader knowledge on the tools of professional video making and their use, fine tuning one’s skills for to conceive and make a final product suitable for the professional market of video production.

Access requirements

This is an advanced course for who wants to deepen and fine tune his/her own skills in the world of videomaking. A basic knowledge of videocamera operation and video editing is required.

Equipment needed is at least a reflex or mirrorless camera with video functions and a laptop with an editing software installed.

Program

Program

Who is a professional videomaker? Analysis of a professional figure who operates like a video maker, film director, movie maker and cameraman.
Goals of the video: news, podcast, spot, videclip, docu-film, movie.
Recording mode: cinelike, gamma, log
Video camera tools: zebra, histogram, waveform, falsecolor, peaking.
Light: light a scene or use natural light, photographic continuity.
Video formats: HD systems, difference between progressive and interlaced.
Video formats: Ultra HD systems
Color downscaling
Making of one or more professional shots for the most commonly used video targets of the market.

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