Join Anthony Q. Artis for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing the subject for the video shoot, part of Video Foundations: Cameras and Shooting.
Before you get started, you have to have a great subject to shoot video of. In our examples for this course, I'll be shooting a promotional video for performing juggler. Let's take a look at the finished project that we put together from the footage I shot in this course. (male speaker: My name is Mark Wilder, and I am a professional entertainer. Juggling on a unicycle probably is my favorite thing to do, just putting those two things together, and when you take a 7-foot-tall unicycle, and juggle flaming torches, I think that's pretty wild.
When I'm performing, I'm really having fun. I mean, I get to play for a living and people see that, and I think in turn it rubs off on them, and they have fun watching. I think my show is pretty classic wholesome entertainment that everyone, all ages can really take something away from. Best way to get in touch with me is to go online and check out my web site, which is wilderjuggler.com, and you can check out some pictures and some video of me in action, and then you can hit me up and send me an email, and that will be the best way to get in touch with me.)
AuthorAnthony Q. Artis
- Exploring the different types of video cameras
- Understanding how to focus
- Shooting with shallow depth of field
- Understanding exposure
- Using ND filters to correct overexposure
- Using gain to brighten an underexposed shot
- Choosing the right shutter speed
- White-balancing a shot
- Working with a tripod
- Shooting handheld
- Using a boom microphone
- Setting up a 4-point lighting scene
- Using corrective gels
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Started in Video
2. Camera Essentials
3. Moving the Camera
4. Audio Essentials
5. Lighting Essentials
Using corrective gels9m 10s
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