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Welcome 2 Class

1 ON 1 CLASSES

VIDEOgrpahy & FILM PHOTOGRAPHY

Intro to Videography

Key Objective 

  • Covering the fundamentals of videography and audio, and how these  simple tips can enhance your storytelling, business skills, and 

Overview

  • Understanding the role of videography and how to implement it in your business and bring in more income 

  • Develop your storytelling abilities and creating engaging visuals through video

  • Learn how to compose visually appealing shots and push your creativity 

  • Discover tips and tricks for successful videography projects and how to manage with potential clients 

  • Learn essential video editing techniques to turn raw or slog footage into compelling stories 

  • How to properly import and export and store your footage

  • Audio hacks for great quality and basic essentials 

Things to know 

  • You don't need a camera to be apart of this class. However, a notebook is needed and your undivided attention

  • If you do have a camera the class will be based off the Sony A73 and the editing software Adobe Premiere

Intro to Film Photography 

Key Objective 

  • Introducing beginners to the fundamental skills and techniques of film photography, enabling them to confidently use film cameras and produce captivating images.

Overview

What is Film Photography?

  •         a. Advantages and unique qualities of shooting with film.

Types of Film and Cameras

  •         a. Introduction to different types of film (color, black and white, slide film).

    •        b. Exploring various film cameras (35mm, medium format, point-and-shoot).

      •     c. How to load your film 

Camera Anatomy

  •         a. Understanding the different parts of a film camera.

    •         b. Basic camera handling and care.

Exposure Triangle for Film

  •         a. Understanding aperture, shutter speed, and ISO for film photography.

    •         b. Understanding film stocks and the best for what situation 

      •         c. How to balance these settings for proper exposure.

Focusing Techniques

  •         a. Manual focus vs. autofocus with film cameras.

    •         b. Tips for achieving accurate focus in different situations

Metering with Film (In - Studio and On - Location)

  •         a. Metering methods and understanding light measurement in film.

    •         b. Practicing exposure metering in various lighting conditions.

Film Development Basics & Post processing 

  •         a. Overview of film development process

       

Things to know 

  • You don't need a camera to be apart of this class. However, a notebook is needed and your undivided attention

  • If you do have a film camera please make sure to bring it but the class will be based off the Pentax 67 (medium format) and Canon Eos Rebel G

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