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FILM3210 - Video II Camera Techniques
Advanced production methods and more evolved aesthetics are introduced and digital video tool skills are refined via the production of fine art and design video works. Readings, discussions, quizzes, presentations, and critiques focus on the aesthetic and theoretical aspects of video and art. Assignments include documentary, narrative, and experimental perspectives. Group video projects provide intermediate video practices through planning, scripting, selecting equipment, shooting, directing, and editing for larger "crew" projects both on location and in the studio.

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Description Advanced production methods and more evolved aesthetics are introduced and digital video tool skills are refined via the production of fine art and design video works. Readings, discussions, quizzes, presentations, and critiques focus on the aesthetic and theoretical aspects of video and art. Assignments include documentary, narrative, and experimental perspectives. Group video projects provide intermediate video practices through planning, scripting, selecting equipment, shooting, directing, and editing for larger "crew" projects both on location and in the studio.
Prerequisites ( CINE2210 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 3.00> or CORE2210 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 3.00> or FILM2210 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 3.00> )
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, HECC Credit, NonCredit, Transfer Credit

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