This 4-week course taught by Cliff Fennell from iToldUSo Productions is designed to help inspiring and novice videographers learn how to use and understand video cameras by using advanced settings and the proper gear to shoot your video. We will also decipher the myths and the facts about videography and help you understand what you are looking for when shopping for a camera. You are invited to bring your own camera or learn without one of ours. You will get hands on practice and will be able to apply what you’ve learned in a positive nonjudgmental environment.
Cliff Fennell, owner of iTOLDuSO Productions LLC™ has successfully owned his videography business for over a decade. Cliff has shot videography for many different genres such as weddings, aerial, event, fashion, interview, beauty, and more. His videography has been featured on Star 64/CW, Fox19, Cincinnati Art Museum, Dayton Fashion Week, Derby City Fashion Week, Indiana Black Expo, Over-the-Rhine Film Festival, and many more. Recently, he has created videography courses that are focused on individuals who want to get better in their craft. This is why he has created“Easy to Learn Videography™”
What is video?
Video camera types
Myths vs Facts
The Truth about camera
Auto Focus vs Manual Focus
The exposure triangle
The 180-degree rule
Video Accessories(more detailed breakdownin advanced course coming soon)
Audio(more detailed breakdown in advanced course coming soon)Lighting(more detailed break down in advanced course coming soon)Homework–take everything that you have learned and create one of the following:
The video should be no longer than 2 minutes.
Show and Tell
Fun Quiz Game
Survey Final Q&A| Resources
Our Tuesday Videography Classes will begin on April 13 and will meet every Tuesday for 4 weeks before the next Tuesday class offering is available on May 11! Register today space is limited.
Our Thursday Videography Classes will begin on April 15 and will meet every Thursday for 4 weeks before the next Thursday class offering is available on May 20! Register today space is limited.