Foundations of Video: Cameras and Shooting
Duration: 2hr 58m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 1.85 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Embark on the very first steps in the process of creating moving images. In this course, author Anthony Q. Artis, a veteran of the film and television industry, introduces the core ideas behind how video cameras capture moving images. The course covers foundational concepts of lighting, such as why light is important, what kinds of lights to look for, and where to put lights relative to a subject. In addition, Anthony discusses sound, an often-misunderstood aspect of video, and shows how to properly set up mics and adjust audio levels on a shoot.
Exploring the different types of video camerasUnderstanding how to focusShooting with shallow depth of fieldUnderstanding exposureUsing ND filters to correct overexposureUsing gain to brighten an underexposed shotChoosing the right shutter speedWhite-balancing a shotWorking with a tripodShooting handheldUsing a boom microphoneSetting up a 4-point lighting sceneUsing corrective gels