Introduction to Digital Video
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Goals: To enable students to develop an informed and personal approach to making digital video art. To master contemporary production techniques. To develop and refine perceptive, expressive and critical skills. Content: This course is a hands-on workshop in the fundamentals of using digital video as an expressive time-based medium. By solving a series of creative challenges students will learn the basic properties of video form and master rudimentary technical skills required to shoot, edit, and finish HD video. Taught: Annually Note: Students with extensive video production experience should contact the Department for a portfolio review to see if their work qualifies them for a 3000 level video course. Credits: 4
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