How to Use Your Digital Video Camera Like a Pro

This session is designed to provide information on how to select and use digital video cameras.  Participants will learn basic digital video camera operation and how to get desired outcomes.  Discussions will include an introduction to digital video editing and a variety of tips and techniques to help young filmmakers get the most from their digital video camera experience.

This four week long course will allow teens (13-16) to learn about documentary, experimental, and narrative approaches to film. Through hands-on instruction using digital camera and sound equipment, young filmmakers will gain a better understanding of their camera and also filmmaking.

The workshop is offered through the Foundation. It combines intensive professional training with a comprehensive understanding of the techniques and theories behind the art of the digital camera. Prior experience in film or video is not required.

If interested, please complete and submit the application form before the information session.

PROGRAM INFORMATION

FEE: $225.00

AGES:  13-17

WHEN: Saturdays (10:00 am – 12:00 pm), October 7 – 28, 2017

WHERE: Westside of Los Angeles (Exact Location: TBD)
Norwalk, California (Exact Location: TBD)

If you have questions, you can call the Foundation at: (310) 226 – 8441 or e-mail us (info@barbaraseniorsharkinsfoundation.org).