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Basic Video Production (Face to Face)

This is a two-day theory and hands-on training on the basics of the pre-production, production, and post production process such as: storytelling, scriptwriting and storyboarding, the production staff, camera operations, directing, lighting, editing, and more.

Day 1 will cover the theory part from pre‐production to post production. There will also be a hands­on take home assignment to be checked the following day.

Day 2 will cover the post production stage and an actual short video production (group) activity that will be produced by the participants and viewed at the day’s end.

Note: Different video clips and photos will be shown and analyzed during the 2-day workshop. The instructor will also share valuable insider information on the industry. He may adjust, highlight, add/ subtract certain topics depending on the students’ needs.

What will be covered

  • Introduction
    • History, philosophy, and art of cinema
    • Film versus video
  • Stages of production and administration
    • Pre production, production, post production
    • Functions of the producer, writer, director, etc.
  • Tools and elements of videography
    • Camera, lens, mounting
  • Cinematic Properties
    • Shot composition, basic lighting, camera movement, effects, etc

By the end of the workshop, participants should be able to produce, write, direct, and shoot a 3–5 minute video project.

What to bring

Participants who have their own digital camcorders or DSLR camera are encouraged to bring them to class.

Who Should Attend

This workshop is open to high school students up to working professionals who may or may not have prior background in video production but are willing to learn the basics of the trade as a skill or a business or a hobby.


Mar 16 - 17 2023


9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Face to Face Learning


Face to Face Learning
2247 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City 1233

This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes, and skills in operating a camera and composing a subject; setting up studio lights, equipment, and accessories; performing post-production stages; and presenting finished products in accordance with the industry standards.