3rd I presents Video Production Workshop 101
Currently this class is not scheduled for 2005.
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For FIRST-TIMERS only. This class is for those who
have little to no experience with video production.
Final project is a 2-4 minute music video featuring a
montage of photos, music and poetry.
|15 min||Discussion of project ideas|
Screen sample projects
|15 min||Break up into teams (by ideas)|
|30 min||Video Production Basics
Camera/Tripod Set-up, Camera Functions
Framing/Composition, Camera Movement
|20 min|| Storyboards|
|60 min||Teams shoot project
|10 min||I-Movie Instruction|
|90 min||Teams edit their projects on the computers|
In order to produce a video that is meaningful to you,
you should bring:
- an idea/theme for a photo montage
- 40+ photos on this theme
- poetry or a short creative piece that you can read in under 4 minutes and that works with the photos
- music on a CD (no MP3s) that works with the theme/mood
- $6 for a copy of your final piece on VHS tape (or bring $3 plus a new VHS tape)--this is optional if you want a VHS format.
About the instructor
Dharini Rasiah has been teaching video production
full-time at Berkeley High School for the past seven
years. She is also a lab instructor at UC Berkeley in
video production and a master teacher for KQED,
teaching video production workshops for Bay Area
teachers. She currently serves on the board of
Berkeley Community Media as well as works with several
local non-profit community organizations to produce
videos and organize film festivals. Her interest is
to use media as a tool for social change.
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