I have a produced a few short videos as part of a blended learning offering and am now looking to enhance my skills in this area.
Could any LSG members recommend a suitable training course for this? I would be particularly interested in learning more about lighting and working with green screen.
Many thanks in advance
I did an excellent two-day workshop a couple of years ago with Video Arts, http://www.videoarts.com/workshops/, which gave me all I needed to get started - we certainly covered lighting although I don't remember anything on green screen.
Thanks for the recommendation - I've been and had a look and this course looks like it would be a great help.
I'm currently going through a green screen course on Lynda.com - so hopefully that will cover that particular aspect.
I'm hoping to have a chat with someone from Video Arts later today to find out more!
Going back a bit but I did a great course at Leeds Beckett. I think they still do a short course (4 or 5 days). Might be worth a look. We definitely did lighting, sound and editing. Can't remember if we did green screen but won't hurt to ask.
Thanks for this Elaine - I will have a look at Leeds Beckett.
I teach one-to-one photography and videography. Where I find people benefit most is when they have completed some level of training, or have reached a point experimenting and need specific areas covered rather than a broad stroke course.
Happy to help if I can.
Sean - brosnanphotography.com
Thanks for this Sean - your website looks fantastic, by the way.
I shall have a chat with my line manager...
I've not tried any of their courses but Adobe Education Exchange have a number of resources and courses to help teachers develop their multimedia skills. So assuming you have a Creative Cloud membership, you might want to sign up. (https://edex.adobe.com/)
The MOOC-like courses tend to be timetabled throughout the year but it does seem as if there's currently a Digital Video one on offer:
Thanks for this Jerome - I've now signed up for the MOOC in May