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This exclusive course is part of the program:Photographer to Video in Today’s Gig Economy
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If the negative comes alive in the darkroom, then a film comes alive in the edit bay. There is a lot an editor must know to keep organized and hold onto the director’s creative vision. In addition, a videographer with knowledge of how the footage will be cut and assembled will be a much stronger shooter. In this class you will jump into the art of editing your work, exploring the tools, workflows and practice of editing.
This course is in scheduled mode. Learn more about scheduled courses here.
Session 1: Art of Editing
Session 2: Planning the Edit
Session 3: Asset Management
Session 4: Editing in Practice part 1
Session 5: Editing in Practice part 2
Session 6: Project: Behind the Scenes
Below you will find an overview of the Learning Outcomes you will achieve as you complete this course.
Post Production Tools & Crew
- Understanding of which tools, apps, techniques, and additional resources would work best for photographers and filmmakers working with small crews and tight budgets, without compromising the quality of the project.
- Understanding of how and when to hire an editor, who understands and complements the director’s vision and how to effectively communicate during the editing phase.
Workflow & Editing
- Understanding of how to manage rough footage, and streamline processes.
- Understanding of the basics of importing, organizing, color correcting, grading, rendering and outputting shots are covered.
Sound & Marketing
- Understanding of how to enhance a story through sound effects, and the magic of color to manipulate the viewer.
- Understanding of the paramount importance of sound in any video production and why you should consider editing trailers and teasers.
Instructors & Guests
Eduardo Angel is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker, independent technology consultant and educator.
Holding an MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from Los Andes University, he has taught at The School of Visual Arts, the International Center of Photography, the Fashion Institute of Technology, and has mentored the Photography program at The Savannah College of Art and Design. He is the author of popular filmmaking courses on Lynda.com and his book “Filmmaking Essentials for Photographers” ranks among Amazon’s top choices for photographers and filmmakers.
Eduardo has worked as an Adobe official Beta Tester for Lightroom and Premiere Pro. He is a cofounder of the production company The Digital Distillery, speaks at conferences around the world and has published his thoughts on technology, photography, and filmmaking at Canon’s Digital Learning Center, Adorama’s Blog, and eduardoangel.com.
Selected clients: Adobe, Adorama Pro, Avon, Benro, B&H Photo, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Canon, Chicago Architecture Foundation, Cinevate, Doyle, Fashion Institute of Technology, Future Media Concepts, Gulf Photo Plus, Hasselblad, HOW Design Conference, Japan Society, Lynda.com, McCann Erickson, New York Magazine, NAB, New York Times, Panasonic USA, Panasonic Middle East, Photo District News, PhotoPlus Expo, Photokina, School of Visual Arts, Sigma, Sony, Tether Tools, Tenba, Time Inc., Verse and X-Rite, among others.
What You Need to Take This Course
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If a student signs up for the Photographer to Video in Today's Gig Economy program, it is recommended that these courses are taken sequentially.
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