Basics of Videography

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  • Basics of Videography

    1. 1. VideographyBasics
    2. 2. The Rules of ShotComposition
    3. 3. Rule #1:Rule of Thirds
    4. 4. Rule #2:Head Room
    5. 5. Rule #3:Nose Room
    6. 6. Rule #4:Lead Room
    7. 7. Rule #5:Be Aware
    8. 8. Shot Types
    9. 9. Production Team Roles Producer Director Camera Operator Editor
    10. 10. Production Team Roles - ProducerResponsibilities:•Scheduling shoots•Booking equipment•Communicating with team•Handing in completed work
    11. 11. Production Team Roles - AllResponsibilities:• Collaborating on concept andstoryboard• Being on location at the shoot toassist with lighting and set up• Reviewing rough cuts and finalsign off on project (consensus)
    12. 12. Production Team Roles - DirectorResponsibilities:• working with producer toensure technical requirementsare considered• completion of storyboard• “calling the shots” onlocation
    13. 13. Production Team Roles - Camera OpResponsibilities:• working with director toensure all camera shots arecompleted as per storyboard• acquiring tape stock• giving completed tapes toeditor
    14. 14. Production Team Roles - EditorResponsibilities:• capturing footage• working with director to editcompleted project• exporting final video andhanding off to producer fordelivery
    15. 15. Equipment Booking Procedure• newmedia.algonquin.com• Alan Brown ext. 2511 room C-127• During the week – overnight• Fridays – all weekend• Plan ahead to help ensure availability• If you do not return equipment on time your privileges will be revoked
    16. 16. Assignment #3: Getting Started1. Assemble your team (4 people)2. Decide on roles (Producer, Director, Camera, Editor3. Brainstorm ideas for your story4. Develop your storyboard (to be handed in at the end of the project)5. Schedule your video shoot(s)6. You can schedule shooting time for next class
    17. 17. Step 1: Storyboard Celtx: A storyboarding/scriptwriting tool on your computers. It’s free so you can download at home too. http:// celtx.com/ Video Tutorial

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