Motion Pictures Fundamentals
Prerequisite: None. 42 classroom hours.
Motion Picture Fundamentals is a hands-on introduction to key photographic concepts and the core concepts of self-expression with moving images. Students shoot digital video, photographs and motion picture film to learn the basic principles and techniques of light, composition, camerawork, editing and storytelling. All equipment is provided, including HD camcorders, 16mm film cameras and digital editing stations. Those unfamiliar with Mac OS should consider taking “Introduction to Digital Editing” prior to or concurrent with this course. Grading is based on student projects and written exams. In addition to tuition, a $70 course fee is charged.