Video Camera Basics
What You'll Learn
This exciting workshop will help you get the most out of your video camera. Shoot like a pro for company videos, event documentation, family memories, YouTube shorts, and more!
We'll start with an overview of video camera controls, emphasizing manual controls for focusing, exposure, and white balance. You'll get an introduction to composition, and learn about different shots (wide, medium, close, cut-aways, etc.) so that you leave with stronger video shooting skills.
This workshop will cover:
- Camera controls and basic operations
- Basic shooting techniques
- Manual vs. automatic settings
- Composition and getting good coverage for editing
- Tips on getting good audio
No cameras are provided for this class, but if you have your own, we encourage you to bring it (and its manual).
Who Should Take This
Hobbyists, amateurs, and aspiring professionals who don't have much experience with a camera yet but really want to create better videos, whether with a consumer or professional camera.
Presented By Ethan Benninger
Energetic and passionate about all things video, Ethan Benninger works by day as an editor for People Productions in Boulder. He has worked with both national and international clients such as ABC Family, GE, The American Red Cross, Papa John's Pizza and The Food Network. Ethan's projects include documentaries, TV spots, and everything in between. In addition to being an Apple Certified Pro on multiple applications within Final Cut Studio, he is also an Apple Certified Final Cut Pro Trainer, and teaches at the Art Institute of Colorado in downtown Denver.
BDA Members: $69.00
A very good class with a teacher who opened the door to lighting both in science and art. The presentation of the cameras of today and a close up view of all the buttons and their jobs was great. And an opening of the door to the understanding of the connection between the F-Stops, the Shutter Speeds and other aspects that balance out your picture together is now a great asset.SamRead All Comments