The Day/Night School will teach you all you need to know to produce engaging videos.
It comprises 8 half-day video training sessions. It is called Day/Night School as sessions are scheduled to make attendance possible from nearly any time zone or country in the world.
The Day/Night School builds on our experience delivering online participatory video workshops and training academics and researchers on video making.
The first four sessions focus on filming techniques, and the last four focus on visual storytelling and editing.
The Day/Night School will be ongoing so you can choose sessions at times most convenient to you at your own pace.
Presentation of the course and its aims
Smartphone as camera kit: potentials and limitations
Smartphone vs Camcorder, DSLRs and mirrorless cameras
How to achieve best results with what I have?
In-built apps: best settings and good practices
Principles of video production
Manual settings vs Automatic Settings
Focus, Iris, Shutter speed, ISO
Practice: Natural light
View and Crit: Natural light exercise
Smartphone pro - webinar
How to gain back aesthetic control
FilmicPro app: setting and tools
Recording Sound: how to achieve 'radio quality' audio
Microphone: different types for different uses
External recording devices
How to approach video interviews
Framing a ‘talking head’
Best practices in setting up interviews
Practice: filming a talking head
View and Crit: Talking head exercise
Filming to edit
What is a "shot"?
Jump cuts and B-roll
Framing principles and moving shots: tracking, pan, tilt
View and Crit: B-roll exercise
Grip and permissions
Tripods, monopods, gimbals
Light temperature and white balance
Principles of 3 and 4 point lighting
Shot list and storyboarding
Use of Archive
Intro to Video Editing
What is non-linear editing?
Understanding the software
Intro to Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro architecture
Basic tools and functions
Industry phases and roles: assistant editor, online and offline editor
Getting ready: backing up, importing media
Setting Up a project
Cataloguing your rushes
How to efficiently achieve your 'fine cut'
Use of sequences: themes
Channels: inserting and layering
Editing Videos as Data management
Building up archive/stock
Research themes as Video themes
Effects and transitions
Attributes: fixing clips
Animating still images
Exporting and Sharing (60 min)
Rendering and exporting
Video platforms and social media
Conclusions and Q&A
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