Summer School: Digital Filmmaking
Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 09:51PM
Warren Nightingale

This summer, high school students can earn an elective credit while learning the basics of digital filmmaking.

The course runs weekdays throughout the month of July, and introduce students to the equipment and procedures used in digital video/film editing. Students will complete projects using storyboarding, camera settings, shooting and lighting techniques, video editing, and transition effects. Intended as an introduction to digital video technology and software, students study basic editing concepts, including the aesthetics of good editing, titling, and graphics, digitizing video and basic computer graphics manipulation and effects. 

Dates: July 6-31
Time: 8:00 am - 1:30 pm
Location: Glenlawn Collegiate, 770 St. Mary's Road
Cost: $500 

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