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CIM 151

by: Natalie Land

CIM 151 CIM 151

Natalie Land
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Here are step by step and detailed notes describing the camera, its buttons, the different shots, and how and what to do when filming very useful for beginners!
Introduction to Digital Production
James Virga
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Film, CIM, CIM151, video, Video production




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Natalie Land on Thursday January 14, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CIM 151 at University of Miami taught by James Virga in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 42 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Digital Production in Film at University of Miami.


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Date Created: 01/14/16
CIM 151: Steps for Camera Use 1. First set up record format a. Double check size file 2. F5: works best for settings on camera 3. Go to diaptor when looking through the eye lens thingy, adjust the diaptor not to picture but through the writing go to numbers and make them really sharp 4. Keep camera on manual 5. ND filter: only use when too bright, if we move f stop high, us ND filter 6. Put the thing on bottom of camera lens in front to manual 7. Put focus on manual 8. Servo and Manual a. Hard to turn is servo: switch to manual 9. auto white balance hold it until it gets black february 2 due date quick time with last name on it: no title page, no credits  long  medium  close up Camera Angles  low camera angle o on the floor  high camera angle o from top of shoulder  eye level  birds eye view o directly over head  oblique angle o tilted  point of view Lens perspective and focal lengths  distance: closer frame, farther frame  zoom: focal length of lens: zoom lens: lens that is multiple focal lengths, zoom as a shot within a shot while ur on a take the zoom is on the lens Focus:  shifting focus: you are focused on zoomed in object then you focus on something else around it  deep focus: a lot of depth of field, shadow focus: less depth of field Notes for First Assignment  six or seven different types of shots o location o story o lighting o simple and clean o story board How to use the software?  Call folder hard drive o One folder house for everything  New folder inside hard drive folder: call it Natalieproj1  Within project folder another folder: footage with date o Then insert card: show on desktop  Bring in private  Adobe premiere o Open it up, click new project o Name it: interesting name o Don’t mess with the other options o Click browse: find your project: click ok and it opens program  Editing tools o Import media onto import library bottom left o Double click to open shots o Make a new folder: bottom right: new bin little folder icon  Source monitor: upper left: shows what each scene is 


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