DSLR Filmmaking

DSLR filmmaking

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    Master your craft with the definitive, comprehensive online DSLR film making course right here. The definitive, award-winning filmmaking training course of choice for all DSLR cameras. Fully comprehensive, this course will walk you through all the stages of filming with a DSLR, with attractive and easy to watch visually-driven modules covering all the main stages of filmmaking process.

    From how to use the camera, how to interview, how to manage light and deliver powerful stories, this course is what you need to enhance existing skills and embellish your experience.

    WHO IS IT FOR?

    This course is specifically for anyone using a DSLR camera capable of shooting video and includes: what kit you need, the best way to use the kit, how to plan your ficion or non-fiction film, what shots to get, how to do interviews, how to direct drama, what pitfalls to watch out for and much, much more. A course designed by active professionals for anyone from complete beginners to professionals wanting to improve their skills.

    WHAT DO I NEED?

    The course is focussed on the Canon 5D DSLR camera, but covers subject matter that applies to all DSLR cameras capable of shooting high quality video.

    COURSE OUTCOME

    To take you to a professional level of filmmaking with a DSLR camera and equip you with the skills to make potentially award winning films.

    Course Curriculum

    SESSION 1 - Lone Filmmaking
    VJ1 – Introduction
    SESSION 2 - Which is the right camera?
    VJ2 – Pt 1 – Does it matter?
    0 Hours 3 minutes00:03
    VJ2 – Pt 2 – Sensor size
    0 Hours 7 minutes00:07
    VJ2 – Pt 3 – Lenses
    0 Hours 5 minutes00:05
    VJ2 – Pt 4 – Ergonomics
    VJ2 – Pt 4 – Ergonomics
    VJ2 – Pt 5 – Perception
    VJ2 – Pt 6 – Sound
    VJ2 – Pt 7 – Sound 2
    VJ2 – Pt 8 – Media cards
    VJ2 – Pt 9 – Other kit, the client & quality
    SESSION 3 - What's in your bag?
    DSLR 3 – Pt 1 – Camera, lens & image staberlisation
    DSLR 3 – Pt 2 – Timelapse controller, HDMI cable, batteries etc
    DSLR 3 – Pt 3 – Sound kit
    DSLR 3 – Pt 4 – Radio mic breakout lead
    DSLR 3 – Pt 5 – Lights & reflectors
    DSLR 3 – Pt 6 – Tripods & slider
    SESSION 4 - Geography of the camera
    DSLR 4 – Pt 1 – Sensor size
    DSLR 4 – Pt 2 – Power, media, battery & more
    DSLR 4 – Pt 3 – Viewfinder, expanded focus
    DSLR 4 – Pt 4 – Multi-func wheel, shutter release
    DSLR 4 – Pt 5 – Rear body buttons
    DSLR 4 – Pt 6 – Tripods, rigs & gimbals
    SESSION 5 - Directing action
    DSLR 5 – Pt 1 – To direct, or not to direct, that is the question
    DSLR 5 – Pt 2 – Coverage & safety
    DSLR 5 – Pt 3 – Directing actors & contributors
    DSLR 5 – Pt 4 – Directing un-directed non-fiction
    SESSION 6 - What to shoot
    VJ6 – Pt 1 – Conventional treatment V Character Led
    VJ6 – Pt 2 – Analysis of character led workflow
    0 Hours 5 minutes00:05
    SESSION 7 - The five shots
    VJ7 – Pt 1 – Sequences & montage
    0 Hours 5 minutes00:05
    VJ7 – Pt 2 – Breaking the action into sequences
    0 Hours 4 minutes00:04
    VJ7 – Pt 3 – Breaking the sequences into the 5 shots
    0 Hours 7 minutes00:07
    VJ7 – Pt 4 – Machine gunning
    SESSION 8 - Sound
    DSLR 8 – Pt 1 – Importance of good sound
    DSLR 8 – Pt 2 – Gun mics, lapel mics & radio mics
    DSLR 8 – Pt 3 – Connecting your mics, breakout boxes & T-bars
    DSLR 8 – Pt 4 – Radio mic placement, operation & fault finding
    DSLR 8 – Pt 5 – Multi-track digital recorders
    DSLR 8 – Pt 6 – Audio levels
    SESSION 9 - Focus & Composition
    DSLR 9 – Pt 1 – Introduction
    DSLR 9 – Pt 2 – Viewfinder & seperate screen
    DSLR 9 – Pt 3 – Back focus & zoom tracking
    DSLR 9 – Pt 4 – Depth of Field
    DSLR 9 – Pt 5 – Expanded focus
    DSLR 9 – Pt 6 – Peaking
    DSLR 9 – Pt 7 – Focal length indicator & hyper focal
    DSLR 9 – Pt 8 – Rule of thirds
    DSLR 9 – Pt 9 – Looking room
    SESSION 10 - Manual settings
    DSLR 10 – Pt 1 – N.D. filter
    DSLR 10 – Pt 2 – Exposure
    DSLR 10 – Pt 3 – Shutter speed
    DSLR 10 – Pt 4 – White balance
    DSLR 10 – Pt 5 ISO or gain
    DSLR 10 – Pt 6 – Judging exposure and Magic Lantern
    SESSION 11 - Crossing the line
    VJ11 – Crossing the line, what is it?
    0 Hours 4 minutes00:04
    SESSION 12 - Interviewing techniques
    VJ12 – Pt 1 – Formal and informal interviews
    DSLR 12 – Pt 2 – Formal interviews, eye-line & positioning
    VJ12 – Pt 3 – When to do interviews & cutaways
    0 Hours 5 minutes00:05
    VJ12 – Pt 4 – Background & movement
    VJ12 – Pt 5 – Informal interviews
    VJ12 – Pt 6 – Considering treatment styles
    SESSION 13 - Story treatment
    VJ13 – Pt 1 – To pre-plan or not to pre-plan
    VJ13 – Pt 2 – Considerations before deciding on treatment
    VJ13 – Pt 3 – Types of treatment
    VJ13 – Pt 4 – Empathy & the secrets of good storytelling
    VJ13 – Pt 5 – Further treatment styles: hybrid, run-n-gun, self-authored
    VJ13 – Pt 6 – Multiple treatments & shooting safety
    SESSION 14 - What next?
    VJ14 – Summary & what next
    0 Hours 1 minutes00:01

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