Date: Meets the 3rd Saturday during April - Sept, 2017
Enrollment period: TBD
Time: 9AM - 3PM
Program Fee: $225. Fee does not include lunch or drinks.
Refund: Upon acceptance, there will be no refund.
Cancellation. We reserve the right to cancel any program due to unforeseen circumstances or low enrollment or low enrollment. Registrants will be notified prior to the event and full refunds will be issued.
This course will help you to effectively organize video footage, import media and save a project. You will gain a good knowledge of using the timeline to add, move, delete and edit media, and preview a video. You will learn how to use the zoom, trimming and splitting settings to make the perfect video. You will be more aware of how you can use transitions, effects, sounds, audio, narration and titles to make your video look effective and professional. You will know how to publish your movie to YouTube and to a DVD. You will clearly understand the importance of aspect ratio problems that can occur when creating your video. Upon completion of this course you will understand how to use Windows Movie Maker. You will be more aware of troubleshooting and workspace when using Windows Movie Player.
Successfully completed Level I Introduction to HD DSLR Video.
A few things before applying.
1. ✦ Only serious, dedicated and motivated individuals will be accepted.
2. ✦ Parents/Guardian need be engaged to help the student succeed in the program.
3. ✦ Personal appointments such as a doctor/dentist or other personal appointments should not scheduled during the program operating hours--unless an emergency or a situation that needs immediate attention.
4.✦ Attendance is “mandatory” for the core classes regardless of the student’s knowledge on the subject matter or skill level.
Students should check with their family’s homeowner’s policy, or their own renter’s insurance to determine coverage and deductibles. You may wish to cover the camera, lenses and accessories by adding a rider to an existing policy. You are expected to return the equipment in the same condition as your receive it. If damage, lost or stolen, the student will be responsible to cover the cost of replacement or servicing.
Download and complete. Adobe Acrobat reader is required to electronically fill-in the information. Hand written forms will not be accepted.
Each applicant is carefully selected on the basis of his or her maturity, enthusiasm, motivation, intellectual curiosity, who is interested expanding their knowledge in photography.
We expect students act in a sensitive and considerate manner at all times and respect the rights of others. Behavioral standards are strictly enforced. Failure to abide by the behavioral standards will result in expulsion from the program.
We deem unacceptable any verbal or physical conduct that demeans others because of their race, gender, ethnic background, religion, or sexual orientation.
Students must attend class unless they are ill, unexpected emergency or event.
Students are responsible to bring their own lunch and drinks.
Cell Phone Policy
Our policy prohibits the use of cellular phones (including TEXTING), or personal digital assistants by the student during classroom instruction. Phone need to remain “off” and stored in your backpack, pocket, camera bag, or other place not visible during class. Use of cellular devices can be used before the start of the workshop and the completion of the workshop. Exceptions are made for emergencies or a situation that needs immediate attention.