The Burwell School of Photography is thrilled to offer this brand new course for our 2019 Fall Semester. DSLR Videography will offer an excellent introduction to creating high quality video productions. This course will give students an excellent foundation in the technical aspects of filming and editing documentary videos. Students will also be instructed in creative techniques that will help them to tell an effective and compelling story with their videos.
On day one, you’ll learn the basics on how to use your DSLR to properly capture smooth and sharp video footage and on day two you will have the opportunity to create and edit a video with your footage. Additional content includes audio equipment options for clear sound, stabilizing footage to create a professional and clean look and the art of telling a story.
|Wedding Photography Class| November 28th & 29th, 2020||Providence Renewal Centre||
What You Will Learn
This is a 12 hour class that covers a number of topics regarding the creation of quality videos including:
- Camera settings for smooth and sharp video footage
- The capabilities of your camera for slow-motion footage
- What's in my gear bag
- Advantages and limitations of tripod/monopod/gimbal
- Strategies and tools for clear audio recordings
- Creating a compelling story
- Stabilization options
- Software options for making high quality films
What to Expect
- 12 Hours of Instruction
- Demonstrations and plenty of hands-on practice
- Hot lunch on both days
- Certificate of completion
- Small group size, limited to 12 participants
Your Instructor for the Videography Photography Class
Your instructor for the class will be Chalsey Rondeau.
Chalsey Rondeau is a professional photographer and videographer based out of Edmonton. While she enjoys creating art in many areas, including families and head-shots, she specializes in Weddings and Boudoir. Chalsey has a Bachelor’s degree in Education and was a teacher before starting her photography career. You can see her work at www.chalseyannephotography.com.
Chalsey is a former Burwell School of Photography student. She is one of our schools great success stories and we are proud to welcome her as the newest instructor on the Burwell School team!
Equipment Required for our Posing for Families and Children Class
- a DSLR or mirror-less camera with video capability
- A couple of lens to choose from. If you're using a gimbal, a lens that is light weight and wide angle is perfect (I use a 28mm). If using a tripod or monopod, a zoom lens is nice to be able to get closer to subject / add variety is nice.
- Memory cards with a write speed of 95MB/S or more. (Sandisk Extreme Pro or equivalent is recommended)
- Laptop computer (ideally one that is fast and has a lot of memory space on it- if it handles photoshop well, it should handle final cut pro well).
- A tripod that has a smooth swivel for video or a monopod (don't need if you bring a gimbal)
- External hard drive for working on video footage
- Rent/borrow a gimbal for the day (Vistek)
Additional items reccomended but not required
Prerequisites Required for DSLR Videography
- Providence Renewal Centre • 3005 - 119 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta
- $300 Canadian Dollars (plus tax).
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