EARLY BIRD SPECIAL - ONLY $79!
Join Harry Hillard as he introduces you to the grammar of film/video production! Just like words need to go in a certain order to make an understandable sentence, shots in a video need to follow a specific grammar as well.
You'll learn how the directors of Hollywood's feature films use the grammar and methods to make videos that seem “like a real movie” and not a series of unrelated clips.
The principles advanced in this class will help you to separate your work from those who merely turn on the camera and record. DSLR video, micro four-thirds cameras, non-linear editing software, lighting strategies, and the nuances of dual-system sound recording will all be discussed.
This class is ideal for the photographer who is suddenly asked to be a videographer, the student who hopes to pursue a career in film/video, the wedding videographer, a marketing person assigned to make a video or the amateur enthusiast who wants to move past the hobby phase of video.
Lunch is included, but you may bring your own lunch and snacks if preferred.