FSD04 – Intermediate Digital Video

Course / Weekend Course / Tutor: Darn Thorn / Max. 8 per class

Description

Want to take your DSLR video further, in this course you will look at how to produce high quality video output using your camera. This course assumes participants will have an Introduction level knowledge and understanding of video hardware and editing. The first session will be dedicated to using the camera to capture video using applied shooting techniques. By considering panning, action shots, working with available light (indoor/outdoor) and creative exposure the participant will develop a sequence of short clips. In the second session the focus will shift to post-production where participants will consider best practice when working with video. By learning how to organize a video workflow, this one day session will cover working with codecs, editing techniques and how to output video.

Requirements

Must Have completed the Introduction to video or have a basic Knowledge of digital video.
A laptop with either a purchased or recently installed trial version of Final Cut Pro X. (Mac based software available as a free 30 day trial which can be made to run on Windows).
A DSLR camera with a video function with a fully charged battery and a memory card capable of capturing HD video (SDHC Class 4 minimum) and a tripod.

Next course 2017

Course Dates: TBC

Course Times

Including lunch and breaks 10.30am-16.30pm

Cost

€265

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Darn Thorn

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Darn holds a MA in Fine Art Photography from Monash University. He has lectured and taught photography in Melbourne, Bristol and Dublin. He has exhibited widely in Australia, China, The Netherlands, Norway and the UK. He recently participated in FORMAT International Photography Festival, Derby, UK and was a studio holder at Spike Island Contemporary Art 2010-13. In 2014 he has been resident a Fire Station Artist’s Studios Dublin and Malakta in Malax, Finland. View Website