Gain the fundamental skills to capture high definition video using HDSLRs

photo by David Lovejoy

This 2-day class is ideal for anyone interested in working with DSLRs to capture high definition video and high quality audio.

This workshop will include lessons on choosing camera settings for the desired look of video using ISO, aperture, color temperature, shutter speed, frame rate, and lens selection. Tripods and hand-held camera systems will be demonstrated.  Students will use various methods to record high quality audio while capturing video and learn how to prepare files for post-production. Students receive hands-on training using cameras like the Canon EOS 7D and 5D Mark II / III DSLRs and will leave the workshop equipped with the fundamental skills to work proficiently with DSLR cameras.

Lunch is included for both days, other meals are on your own. Lodging is available on campus, private room & bath.  $75/night

Instructors

Neil Shelley

Born and raised in southern Maine, Neil Shelley is film director, cinematographer, writer, editor and an Adobe Certified Expert in Adobe Premiere Pro.

Shelley’s interest in filmmaking culminated after the completion of his first short film assignment as a freshman in the University of Maine’s New Media program. Now in his third year of graduate school at the University of Maine, Shelley is completing his MFA in Intermedia and continues to explore and hone his skills as a visual storyteller. During his time at the University of Maine, he has completed a wide array of short narrative and documentary films including Andy the Tailor, Cold, Midnight Run, The Winters, and Angel. Shelley’s latest and largest project to date, Telling Hannah, a 27-minute film in which he co-wrote, directed, and edited was an official selection into the LewistonAuburn Film Festival and was nominated for Best Maine Film.

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Course Dates

Jun 3 to Jun 4

Levels

Tuition

$475

Class Size

14