Smartphone Video Production 7071

Program Name Smartphone Video Production
Category Media, Arts and Design
Program Number 7071
Description The smartphone you use every day is a powerful storytelling tool that allows you to shoot, edit and distribute professional, broadcast quality video content. Smartphones can create film-quality videos, and attention-getting stories. All it takes is a simple software ad-on, and some creative training.

Typically, you need a DSLR kit or a dedicated film camera to produce movies. Only those cameras would allow you to creatively compose shots and scenes, and control light, colour, motion and depth. Not anymore. Learn how to take a fairly one dimensional (smartphone) video camera and turn it into a Swiss Army knife-filmmaking tool.

This three course micro-credential teaches the essentials of video storytelling, and how to shoot and edit video for a range of uses. The program is perfect for creative communities, entrepreneurs, students, kids and filmmakers. It is particularly invaluable for business. Brands that need to create communication and social media content can now own that creative process.
You will learn to shoot like a cinematographer, to properly exploit ambient light, to record and capture clean audio, and generally: to use all the creative and aesthetic capabilities that are added to your camera with the software add-on. Then you will learn to manage and organize what you've shot and edit it into creative content.

Contact Telephone 416-289-5000 ext. 52246
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