This course is for students who are comfortable with shooting basic video with their DSLR, but are now looking to create video with a more polished and professional look. More advanced techniques and equipment recommendations will be shared in this class. The course builds on concepts introduced in the DSLR Video 101 class and covers the topics outlined below.
At least of one of following: DSLR Video 101, Any DSLR Camera 101 or 201 course
- Manual Shooting
- Using Aperture for cinematic depth of field control
- Understanding shutter speeds, key differences from photography and optimal shutter speeds to use
- Low light shooting with ISO
- Using ND filters
- Advanced manual focus techniques
- Advanced camera movement techniques including sliders and entry-level steadicams
- Advanced audio equipment and techniques
- Cinematography guidelines
Intermediate users who understand the basic principles of DSLR video, or photographers who are looking to take their video knowledge to the next level.
- A DSLR video capable camera and lens(es)
- A fully charged battery
- A memory card
- A fluid head tripod or monopod (if you have one)
- Any additional accessories you may have (i.e. follow focus, external audio recorder, external microphone)
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