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CTVA 250 Presentations: Fundamentals of Film Production

Calling the Roll

Category: CTVA 250 Presentations: Fundamentals of Film Production Last Updated on January 30, 2013 Fred Ginsburg

denecke ts3"Lights, Camera, Action."  Maybe in an old Mickey Rooney film, but that's not quite how we do it on a real set. Learn the proper sequence of commands for shooting a scene, whether on sprocketed film or electronic media.

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Lighting

Category: CTVA 250 Presentations: Fundamentals of Film Production Last Updated on January 30, 2013 Sound Sage

LightingLighting is a nuanced but profound craft, able to dramatically change the tone and feel of a scene. Without proper lighting, a film can be either unviewable or bland; either way it could be worthless.

Republished with permission from its original owners and creators: Karen Carpenter and the rest of the CSUN faculty.

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Sound Editing: Part 2

Category: CTVA 250 Presentations: Fundamentals of Film Production Last Updated on January 30, 2013 Sound Sage

Post-production mixingMore basic techniques and concepts in post-production audio for filmmaking. Covering mixing, levels, tracks, and transitions. Part 2 of 2.

Republished with permission from its original owners and creators: Karen Carpenter and the rest of the CSUN faculty.

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Lenses / Optics

Category: CTVA 250 Presentations: Fundamentals of Film Production Last Updated on January 30, 2013 Sound Sage

Camera Lens vs. Human EyeThe modern camera is an amazing piece of technology based off the lens of the human eye. But unlike its organic counterpart, it has its limits. Learn more in this presentation.

Republished with permission from its original owners and creators: Karen Carpenter and the rest of the CSUN faculty.

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Sound Editing: Part 1

Category: CTVA 250 Presentations: Fundamentals of Film Production Last Updated on January 30, 2013 Sound Sage

Sound EditingSound editing in post-production helps to tune up a film and imbue it with extra depth. Here are some common techniques. Part 1 of 2.

Republished with permission from its original owners and creators: Karen Carpenter and the rest of the CSUN faculty.

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Exposure & Using the Lightmeter

Category: CTVA 250 Presentations: Fundamentals of Film Production Last Updated on January 30, 2013 Sound Sage

Exposure and using the LightmeterProper exposure is like good sound; a subtle craft that when done right hardly anyone notices, but when done wrong absolutely ruins the film. This is where the lightmeter comes in handy, and using it correctly is important.

Republished with permission from its original owners and creators: Karen Carpenter and the rest of the CSUN faculty.

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