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F3032 - Everything you Need to Know About Scene - To Scene Production Inbox

Everything you Need to Know About Scene - To Scene Production Inbox
Item No. F3032

Everything you Need to Know About Scene - To Scene Production Inbox

Series: Training in Digital Filmmaking
Item No: F3032
Length: 56 minutes
UPC: 709629230323
Copyright: 2011
CC: Yes
MARC Record: Yes
Language: English
Grade Level: 11-Adult
Age Range: 17-Adult
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SRP: $49.95
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Learn Everything You Need To Know About Filmmaking - Scene To Scene. A full-Immersion learning experience rather than Discipline-Specific Learning. The course teaches: Learning techniques of production techniques and those conventions will apply to most production environments regardless of the camera being used. The information is useful and applies whether using an HDSLR or other single-sensor camera. Learning techniques of production techniques and those conventions will apply to most production environments regardless of the camera being used. The information is useful and applies whether using an HDSLR or other single-sensor camera. Avoiding Bad Production Habits and Learning From Errors: Auto White Balance, Auto Iris, Standard Gamma, Standard Color Matrix, Auto Focus. Production - Scene One - Interior: 3 Point Lighting, kino Flo Lighting, Audio Selection, Blocking Actors, Set Dcor. Lighting: Placeholders, Why Are These Lights Being Used?, Natural Light Sources, Blending natural and Grip Lighting, Gain up the Lights, Avoiding Color Grain, Film Grain, Defining Light Paths, Rim Light Focus, Key Lighting - Brightest Light on the Set, Creating Highlights - Backlights, Adding Orange Gel to Match Tungsten, Matching The Color Temperature, Fill lights, Setting Light Gain. Sets and Props: Foreground Objects, Sense of Motion, Avoiding Distracting Objects, Adding Foreground Objects, Movement with a Wide Angle Lens. Acting: Coaching The Actors Movements, Hand Gestures and Movement, Establishing Natural Movements, Dollying in for a dramatic moment, Director and Actor Connection, Shifting The Characters Demeanor, Reacting to the script, Additional Shots Close Ups. Audio: Audio Cues, Shotgun Mic Placements, Lavaliers on Set, Mixing The Set Audio.

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