Field Production Workshop
Most perceived barriers to professional-quality video production don't really exist. You can produce high-quality work even with limited financial resources. In the Field Production Workshop, we focus on ease, affordability and resourcefulness in professional-quality video production. The Field Production Workshop takes students into the process of cinematography, lighting and audio. With a focus on the manual controls available through larger 3-chip DV cameras, such as the Sony PD170, this class is intended for individuals who either already have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of video production or who have never even touched a camera before! Learn how to use manual shutter speed, iris, focus, and audio like a pro to get the highest quality video possible. Upon completion of this class DOM members will be certified to use the advanced digital video cameras (Canon XL-1, Sony PD170, Sony Z1U), lighting and audio equipment available through DOM free of charge to make their own shows and films for our channels.
We offer a quarterly free livestream of the first 2 hours of our Field Production Workshop to allow community members access to the the information about filming your own media projects. To tune in to the livestream, please go to http://www.denveropenmedia.org/livestream_57 during the first two hours of any Field Production Workshop listed on the class schedule. Once you have participated in the livestream, participants who are interested in getting certified to use Denver Open Media's field gear can do so by attending the second part of the Field workshop at Denver Open Media; if you are interested in more information, please contact email@example.com
Livestream of the class is available during the January, April, July and October dates of the Field Production class. Please see the class schedule for exact dates.