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Whether you capture stills or video, wouldn’t it be great to find out what all those buttons on your camera actually mean? If so, then this kid-friendly camera tech class is for you! #osff
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learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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This “on-going”, kid-friendly, techie class meets every week. We talk about all things cameras, including the ones you already have access to in your home. You are welcome to join in anytime. Each week, learners will have a broader understanding of that particular subject highlighted for that week. We’ll learn about VR cameras, 3D cameras, Dslr cameras, film & video cameras. We’ll de-mystify what all those buttons actually do and put them to use by experimenting with your own camera...
STUDENT TAKEAWAYS: • Students will be introduced to the basics of camera operation; • Live demonstration of camera gear; • Learners will have a fundamental understanding of all those buttons; • Expansion of knowledge with their own camera; • Discuss best practices based on cameras accessible to them; • Learn all about the rules of composition and depth-of-field • The ability to apply some of this newly learned information to their own work; • Their questions answered by an industry veteran of 25 years;
Our class homework is getting that camera out and applying the techniques used in class in the real world.
LEARNER SUPPLY LIST: Anaglyph 3D glasses (red & blue) on Amazon found here for $10. https://amzn.to/3mzZuaQ (Affiliate disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I may earn commissions from qualifying purchases from Amazon.com) Access to a camera. Any digital camera will do and would be preffered. However a cell phone camera will be okay as well, just not ideal for more advanced work. Students will be asked to take some pictures using some of the techniques discussed in class. Students can then upload one or two of their favorites for me to review.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Learners will be able to follow along and edit their own photos using a program like Photoshop. The program called Photopea is an online version of Photoshop. If your learner can access the Photopea website online, they can follow my instructions in class to manipulate and enhance their own pictures. https://www.photopea.com/ https://roundme.com/@powrslave http://nearpod.com/
Visual effects artist / supervisor, cinematographer, camera technologist and huge science nerd
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
116 total reviews
174 completed classes
ABOUT ME: Meet Eli Jarra, Senior Artist and VFX Supervisor in Los Angeles. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Eli graduated from Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts with a degree in Broadcasting. Over the span of his 25 year career, Eli has...