This class teaches students the fundamentals of NCTV's professional line cameras. Although the teacher will explain each topic from square one, it is not meant for beginners that aren't familiar with the key videography (or photography) concepts of F-Stops, Color Temperature, and Depth of Field. The class focuses on how to operate the camera's manual settings and how these settings serve a creative project. After taking this class, students will secure the option to rent out the cameras for free to practice on their own. This class often constitutes the first step for hobbyists to become contract videographers for NCTV.
Open to ages 12 and up.
Experience Level: Intermediate
April 18th, 20th, 25th, and 27th from 5:30-6:30 pm. Must be an active NCTV member to register.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Frank joined the NCTV team in 2018. He began honing his filmmaking, editing, and directing techniques in middle school, where his documentary won runner-up for a High School Emmy. He currently specializes in all phases of production with a passion for turning ideas into action. Frank has served for four years as part of NCTV's production team as well as NCTV’s Government Coordinator. Frank is currently expanding NCTV's original programming with an upcoming documentary profiling Nantucket & Martha’s Vineyard High Schools’ "Island Cup" rivalry.
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