22/23 June Film Making! The Basics - Large Scale News

22/23 June Film Making! The Basics
Fri, Mar 15, 2013

Two days to learn the basics of filmmaking. 

The Course is for beginners or anyone who would like to improve their film making skills. £99. 


Feedback from previous participants:

Really interesting. Good fun. Informative. Superb throughout
Learned interesting lighting techniques.
Really helpful, Lots of practical tips.
I learnt more on this course about lighting than I learnt in three years on a part time photography and video course at a local college.
A really practical course, a really hands on course.
If you want a grounding in filmmaking this is the place to come!
Good for building confidence and skills in using the camera.
Ideal introduction.

We will: 


Progress from the basics of using a camera, to using a camera like a pro in 3 hours!

Analyse and recreate a movie scene to see where filmmakers place their cameras.

Learn to edit - trimming shots, putting them on the timeline, adding transitions, effects, music, sound effects, titles & credits.

Script, shoot and edit a movie in an afternoon. 


The concept is straightforward, though the reality is a busy 2 days!


Our aim is to make this course work for you - whatever your skill level. We will discuss what you want to learn and and alter the content accordingly. 


Large Scale will provide cameras and edit systems, however if you would like to learn with your own camera or laptop, please bring it along, though make sure your batteries are charged and you have AV and power leads. 


The course is in partnership with Leicester Adult Skills And Learning Service (Adult Education) and Phoenix Square. We will be offering future courses next year (academic year) in specific areas of filmmaking, so you can further develop your skills.


To enrol: Call  0116 233 4343. (Adult Education)

Course code: 098900LA3


For further info contact Steve : 07714245312  or steve@largescalefilm.co.uk

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