ENT 2290 Video Studio Operations Fall 2015

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ENT 2290 Video Studio Operations Fall 2015
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Professor(s)
Department
Entertainment Technology
Course Code
ENT 2290
Semester / Year
Fall 2015
Course Description

This course is an introduction and overview of the basic techniques and components used in commercial video and film production. Students will work in teams and individually to explore principles of production. Introduction to equipment, process, and terminology will be reinforced by readings, lectures, and hands-on exposure. The pre-production process, shooting schedules, camera, lighting, and audio operation, and post-production techniques will be explored. Differences between studio and location shooting will be covered. This course is intended as the first of a series of courses designed to provide greater competency in both technical and artistic aspects of this important industry.

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