Example on an interview setupIf you’d like students to start producing videos at a high level in your classroom, then this professional learning opportunity will provide you with the tools to do this. This session is a step by step look on how to film scenes, interviews and how to put it all together in an editing program that you have in your district. Participants will also learn how to manage student files during video production on various devices.

1. Introduction

Video Overview - Introduction


Video Tip - Introduction


2. Deconstruct

Video Overview - Deconstruct


Video Tip - Biography & Voiceover


3. Beauty and the Media

Video Overview - Beauty and the Media


Video Tip – Dove Evolution – Youtube video

4. Criteria

Video Overview - Criteria


5. Steady

Video Overview - Steady


Video Tip - Steady Tripod


6. Photographic Composition

Video Overview - Photographic Composition


Video Tip - Photographic Composition


7. Landscape Please

Video Overview - Landscape Please


Video Tip - Phone/Camera (Landscape Only)


8. Lighting

Video Overview - Lighting


Video Tip - Lighting


9. Sound

Video Overview - Sound


Video Tip - Audio


10. Scene

Video Overview - Scene


Video Tip - Actors Acting


11. Interviews

Video Overview - Interviews


Video Tip - Interviews


12. Cover Shots, Cut Aways and B-roll

Video Overview - Cover Shots, Cut Aways and B-roll


Video Tip - Cover Shots


13. Voiceover

Video Overview - Voiceover


Video Tip - Voiceover


14. Editing

Video Overview - Editing


Video Tip - Editing


15. Planning

Video Overview - Planning


Video Tip - Planning


16. Camera Movement

Video Overview - Camera Movement


17. Roles on Set

Video Overview - Roles on Set


Miscellaneous

Video Tip - Talking to Audience