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Film List

The Big Snid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1S5pAF1YYA&t=5s

The Uncanny Valley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXX0TRtg5Vk

Vincent https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxQcBKUPm8o

Lights Out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNbJE0y29_c

 

 

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Class projects will now be uploaded to my Youtube channel beginning 2017-2018 school year. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXX_NcVEVVMvrr189uk7XRQ

 

Video Production

About the Class

VIDEO PRODUCTION is an introduction class designed to provide students with artistic, creative and historical background in the fields of video, broadcasting, and film production. In addition, this course provides instruction and training in pre-production, production and post production phases of project development. Students who are interested in a career in entertainment production have opportunities to explore the many jobs involved in the making of such productions.  Those who achieve competency in this course will be prepared to enter a film or broadcast journalism course at the college level. This class serves as a prerequisite for our CTE capstone classes, Advanced Video Production and Broadcasting. 

 

Meets the "F" graduation requirement. UC transferrable credit.

 

Prerequisites: None. Photography recommended.

Required Text: Video, Digital Communication and Production. 3rd ed. Jim Stinson

Did You Know?

Did you know that this class meets many graduation requirements?

 

FINE ART

PRACTICAL ART

ELECTIVE CREDIT

TECHNOLOGY... just to name a few!

Welcome to the Class!

Please feel free to look through our video assignments for the year. We are also adding fun short exercises that will help individual development.


COMING SOON! Activities and Projects

I will post a description of the current activity or project the class is working on.

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ABOUT VIDEO

EQUIPMENT BASICS

VIDEO COMMUNICATION

  Space, Time and Video Language

  Composition

  Sound

  Organization and Language 

  Types of Programs

VIDEO SPACE

  Frame: Content, Composition and Movement

  Dimensions

  Depth

  Spatial relationships

VIDEO TIME

VIDEO COMPOSITION

  Organization

  Emphasis

  (Depth) Perspective

  Compositional Schemes, Directing the Viewer's Eye

VIDEO LANGUAGE

  Frame Size

  Purpose

  Angles

  Continuity

VIDEO SOUND

  Diagetic

  Non Diagetic

 

ACTIVITIES

Cell Phone as Camera

Improv

Camera Shot List 1

Camera Shot List 2

Shot Combinations/Transitions

PROJECTS

HOW-TO (Training, Demonstration)

COMMERCIAL/PSA (Promotional)

5 MINUTE FILM (Continuity)

MUSIC VIDEO (Experimental)