Video ProductionBlake College
£ 2,500 - (Rs 2,03,960)
- London (England)
What you'll learn on the course
moves through the sequence of pre-production, production and post-production which means hands-on experience of planning, shooting and editing.
Students learn to use DV cameras and DSLR's with ancillary equipment for capture of high definition footage and digital audio. Digital editing is learned utilising Final Cut Pro. Crews are formed for projects so that students gain experience in storyboarding, location research, scripting, camera operations, direction and editing. They will consider story telling conventions such as narration and sound/image interplay so as to make decisions on telling their own stories.
The course also covers writing proposals, budgeting and scheduling. Projects may include a music video, a commercial, a documentary, a drama or an experimental piece.
All our courses can lead to a nationally recognised qualification, although entry is not obligatory.