Video/Digital Cinema II: Sculpting in Time
This advanced studio course expands upon the knowledge of students who have successfully completed the Video/Digital Cinema I and Studio Lighting Fundamentals coursework. A working knowledge of Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere is requisite. This class is designed for further exploring the use of digital cinema as a cinematic tool, a method of artistic expression and communication. Topics include continuity, discontinuity, montage style editing, color grading, compositing, special effects and composition within the frame. Emphasizing the relationship between image and sound, students examine the concept of sound as a material with basic structural properties that may be manipulated, layered and edited. Students explore methods of composition using various sound materials in assigned projects. Required of photography majors in the video track. Open Elective. Prerequisites: PHV267 Video/Dig Cinema I or signature of the faculty. Open studio elective. Offered fall.
Joseph received his Masters of Fine Arts degree in Photography & Film from Virginia Commonwealth Universit...more
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