Below is a tutorial that I recorded about using the Lumetri Color Correction in Adobe Premiere Pro, for reference or review:
Here is a video tutorial that goes over the different tools in Adobe Premiere Pro, and how to use them as you start the editing process. Take your time as you start assembling your videos – get to know the software, and think about story structure, just like we talked about when we made our storyboards.
Jurassic Park has been re-released into the theaters! Below is a link to the Fandango page that has the information – just type in your zip code and it’ll show you the times and locations for the movie. Trust me – seeing it on the big screen is an experience almost no home-theater can ever reproduce! (Today and tomorrow are the last days!)
Linked below is a copy of the letter that you will need to have completed in order to borrow a camera. These are also due tomorrow so that I can make sure everyone has a camera available. Do not forget to get this done if you need to borrow a camera!
Linked below is the storyboard sheet that I gave you in class today – just in case you need more, you can print them out at home. Remember, the first 30 seconds or so is due tomorrow so I can give you feedback before you shoot over the weekend.
Today we talked about storyboarding. I’ve found several videos on YouTube that do an excellent job of showing you why filmmakers storyboard their shots. Take a look at some of these videos, as they do an excellent job of showing you examples of how storyboards are used in professional productions, and give you a good sense of how to do them.
Hey all – I had some technical difficulties this weekend, but I finally got things sorted out, so here are some more examples for you. Hopefully these still help you out a little. Go through them as best as you can, and maybe you’ll get some ideas!
Here is the course syllabus from this week. I’ll be adding another post this evening with examples of PSAs and commercials for you to look at and watch.
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