Courses in this bundle6 Courses, 16 hours
Recording Video With a DSLR
A DSLR camera is primarily designed for still photos, not movies. In order to shoot video, you need to know some technical info. Let’s learn how to properly use a DSLR for video.
2.Know Your Camera
4.A New Way of Thinking
Lighting Basics for Video
It can be tricky to get the lighting just right when videoing people. But now, David Bode will show us how to get the lighting perfect for any shot, in studio and out. We’ll help you master the art of light rigs, so wherever you find yourself shooting someone, you can make them look great and produce a professional-looking video.
Join us for the fun and excitement of learning this tricky skill!
4.Other Lights and Gear
5.Demos and Conclusion
Introduction to Camera Movement
Knowing how your camera works is just one aspect of video production. Knowing how to move it is critical. We’ll walk you through how to move with your camera the right way for killer results.
2.Tools & Techniques
Introduction to Video Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro
Capturing high quality video has never been easier. In almost all cases, however, the raw video needs to be altered, trimmed, adjusted, and edited, and this is a major road block. This course will get you up and running with one of the most popular video editing applications today: Adobe Premiere Pro. You will learn how to organize your files outside Premiere, import your assets, and set up your project. You will also learn editing essentials like how to make cuts, the basics of editing, audio and video effects, titles, how to export your project, and more!
If you're new to video editing, check out our Introduction to Video Editing course.
3.Set Up Your Project
5.Beyond Basic Editing
6.Fine-Tuning the Look and Sound
Audio Production for Interviews
Whether you’re interviewing a celebrity or just getting some background information for a video, an interview is a great way to capture information about the subject at hand. Today there are lots of tools at your disposal to conduct the task, but how do you know what you need for what situation? Do you need a different system if you’re recording someone across a desk versus in an auditorium? And what the heck is a “lavalier,” anyways?
Don’t worry, Dave Bode has you covered. Not only will he show you what kind of microphone to use in what situation in this course, but also recording techniques to make sure you capture every moment in crystal clear quality. Drop the mic and head on in.
3.Recording and Post Production
Corporate and Presentation Style Video
The goal of this course is for you to learn how to put together great corporate and presentation–style video. If you’re looking to achieve professional results, but aren’t sure sure if you can handle the equipment costs, relax. You’ve come to the right place! As you go through this course, you’ll be learning many inexpensive and DIY solutions to keep your budget in check. Get ready to learn all about cameras, camera support, audio, lighting, and presentation as you master corporate and presentation style video.