Smartphone Videography (Live Virtual Classroom)

Smartphone Videography

Duration: 2 sessions | 3 hours/session

Fee: ₱3,000

  • Overview
  • Method of Teaching
  • Course Outline
  • Prerequisite | Requirements
  • Benefits
  • Fees & Inclusions
  • Schedule

Smartphone videography is undoubtedly doable, and with the continually improving technology, it’s only going to continue to grow as a niche of cinematography. With this short hands-on workshop, we tackle what makes a video good and learn how to make most of your smartphone camera to produce better videos, whether it’s for personal, home or business use.

This course provides live instructor-led lecture and discussion, student participation through shooting and editing assignments using Zoom, Google Classroom, shooting equipment and editing application.

What will be covered

Day 1

  • PCCI Anywhere Orientation
  • Defining the Purpose and Formulating the Concept 
  • Planning Your Shoot 
  • Understanding Preproduction, Production, Production Process 

Day 2

  • Point of View
  • Lighting
  • Sound
  • Mobile Videography Tips
  • Editing Software Options
  • Hands On Activity

Disclaimer: Instructor may adjust the lessons covered based on the class progress and the number of participants

Prerequisite:

This course is open to anyone interested in the topic.

Requirements:

Students must have Gmail account (for Google Classroom), Zoom application and stable internet connection.

Benefits

  1. Includes e-certificate of completion
  2. Lifetime Free Refresher  (You may attend again the same course,  free of charge, on a space-available basis.)
  3. Alumni discount
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Fees: ₱3,000 inclusive of VAT.
Includes materials & e-certificate at the end of the class.

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Duration:  2 sessions | 3 hours per session | 6 hours total

Schedule: Check the UPCOMING SCHEDULES below.

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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.