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Videography for Educators

By Keith Mitchell
This Apple Learning Interchange exhibit features tips and techniques to assist in the creation of quality video products. The exhibit provides example planning documents and video examples to illustrate concepts and skills. This exhibit assumes you are already familiar with the fundamentals of operating your camcorder, have used iMovie or Final Cut Pro, and are ready to learn the art of videography. Concepts covered include planning, defining the project, your video style, production decisions, pre-production scouting, planning scenes and shots, equipment setup, camera use, effective lighting and audio, capturing the video, framing, cut-aways and cut-ins, camera movements, integrating still images, editing techniques, the art of editing, effective cuts and a list of other resources you might need.

Published by Apple Computer, Inc. in 2007

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Junior/Community College, University
Curriculum Areas:Fine Arts
Themes/Keywords: camera
editing
photography
the arts
videos


Vocabulary
pre-production, cut-aways, cut-ins, documentary, broadcast, enactment, voice over, shot, scenes, zooms, pans, transition, framing. focus, tripod. backlight


Essential Question(s)
1. How do you create a video that people will want to watch?

Discussion Question(s)
1. Is it better to use one or two cameras?
2. What is the best way to setup your camera in a classroom?
3. What is the best camera for me for my project?

Extension and Activities
1. Plan a short video around a purpose using the planning techniques.


"Thank you for such a well designed site for this course! All the links work, and it is easy to maneuver from one place to another. I like how the assignments are clearly listed and have the date next to them. I can get right to learning when I log on rather than struggling to figure out how how to get from place to place. I’m taking another online course now and it is a nightmare and very frustrating.

Thanks for making this a good experience!"



pictureDaryl Hanneman
School Psychologist
Grant Wood AEA - Cedar Rapids, Iowa






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