Welcome to Video & Performing Arts!
What you can do in Video & Performing Arts
Basic Filmmaking: Mission Impossible
Mapping Out Your Story
Editing Basics (Premiere Pro 6)
Talking About Story...
What do you need to tell a story?
Storyboarding Your Ideas
When you're first starting out using a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) or SLR camera, there are a lot of buttons to figure out. Especially in the digital versions. You should focus first and foremost on capturing nice compositions and worry less about the exposure. Tackle one thing at a time.
Photography: Settings & Priorities
Important Settings to Note:
Sample Rundown & Order
Running Through a Broadcast
SETV News Sample Script
When you're working in a space, you need to know where things are. These are some sample layouts for small television stations with studios and control rooms.
The above outlines are simple, including room locations in a building with basic placement of a few pieces of equipment.
This is a much more detailed drawing of a television studio (above). This actually showcases where the anchor desk and chairs are, where the cameras are in relation, and where the light fixtures are hanging (a few at least). This is about right for level of detail and overhead layout.
Finally, this is a crazy cool 3D drawing of a television studio with placement of anchors, cameras, lights, and the control room staff. This is above the top not necessary for our purposes. This drawing actually makes it a little hard to see what is where because there is too much detail.