Gain the confidence to set up a video shoot under the skilled guidance of artist Fran Breden!
Spring-Cleaning Special Rates!
Two sessions, 9 hours total | $70, or $58 with VIVO Extended Producer Membership
Session 1: Saturday April 22, 12:30pm-5pm
Session 2: Saturday April 29, 12:30pm-5pm
Basic technical aspects of camera operation, sound recording, and lighting principles are taught through demonstration and hands-on practical exercises using the Canon Rebel T4i high definition camera and its interchangeable lenses. Learn how to use manual settings to help you get the best shot. Understand exposure, gain, shutter speed, and white balance. Using the Zoom H4n, audio recording procedure and considerations will be introduced. The principals of three-point lighting will also be covered and practiced.
This workshop uses equipment you can rent from VIVO, so it’s a great primer to get you started on your videos! It also benefits participants interested in VIVO’s more intermediary video-making workshops.
Frances Breden has been teaching filmmaking and video production since 2009 at VIVO and the Gulf Islands Film and Television School. She’s a senior design and media arts student at Simon Fraser University, and a core member of art collective COVEN BERLIN (covenberlin.com). Her most recent video project is here: http://vandocument.com/2016/05/hong-kong-exile-in-studio
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