You're going to grad school for FILM? How COOL! But you know there's no money in that, right" SERIES: Film & Media Boot Camp DAY TWO, THREE, & FOUR
|What you see here is a camera film with 400 speed, reel, and film holder. These things, as well as scissors and a old-fashioned bottle or can opener, are used to begin the process of processing the film out of your camera.|
|This is the film after the can opener is used to pry off the end of the tube and the film comes out rolled on the tube roll above.|
In my second class we have been learning important parts of what it takes to properly film a production and the ins and outs of different video and DSLR cameras. Our main focuses have been the cameras, lighting, and the story that is being told based on the camera angles and lighting by analyzing film stills from our favorite movies. The most important things that I have taken away from this class thus far is that the camera is just a plastic box with a magnifying glass. We do not work for it, it works for us.
|Analyzing the video camera Panasonic AG-HMC150 AVCCAM Camcorder.|
|After learning the camera, we were instructed to go out record a conversation in groups. I am behind the camera and pictured are two of my classmates. This was not the angle from which the video was filmed.|