Join Anthony Q. Artis for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Video Foundations: Cameras and Shooting.
Now when most lynda.com titles the exercise files are projects that you can download to help you follow along. Now this ain't one of those courses, we are going hands on with cameras, lights, microphones and tripods, so there aren't any specific projects to follow along with. But I have included a few documents in the exercise files section of this course. One of those documents is a list of podcasts that I recommend you check out to help you stay plugged into the latest news in the world of video production.
Another document is a list of film books you should take a look at to continue to learning. There's also a list of criteria you should consider when shopping or renting cameras. These documents aren't necessary to follow with this course, but they will give you some helpful resources to keep learning and take your filmmaking to the next level. With that in mind let's get started with Fundamentals of video: Cameras and Shooting.
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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