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Filmmaking can seem like a daunting project. Anyone can make a YouTube video, but producing a video that is professional enough to sell is a different art form altogether. But the good news is most serious photographers shooting with DSRLs are already outfitted to shoot professional videos. This course will teach students how to make professional videos with a DSLR, different techniques for shooting events, promo videos, or commercials, how to use advanced video equipment, and the important differences between photography and video technique.
I have a passion for teaching others what I have learned through education and experience. There are a tremendous amount of tools available to filmmakers today, and this course will teach students how to use those tools in a meaningful and effective way.
This 6-Week Class is
We will cover: 1) The anatomy and inner workings of DSLR video, 2) lighting, 3) audio, 4) rigging, 5) post production and 6) how to use video to grow your business.
Any DSLR capable of shooting video, your computer and any type of editing software (including Windows Movie Maker or iMovie)
"Movies are my life. I love tragedies and French films (but also the Tropic Thunders of the world). But it's not just about the movie, it's about the story. Since I was a boy I've had a passion for storytelling. My heart for telling stories evolved into a love for cinema and film-making, a dynamic marriage of storytelling with the visual arts. My education followed suit and I graduated from college with a degree in Cinema and Media Arts.
My heart is in documentary filmmaking. Documentaries teach us that virtually any aspect of life can be transformed into a fascinating visual story, with an artful approach and an understanding of film.
My years of experience have taught me that the art of filmmaking is not as much about the content of the story, but in knowing how to tell the story well… knowing how to draw the viewer in, involve him/her in the story itself, and delight the senses. My aim is to help people learn how to tell their stories well.”
Aside from filmmaking, Scott is an integral part to the Hey, Sweet Pea team which he runs with his wife, Elise.
Instructor: Scott Grice
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