Video Production 1

About This Course

Instructor Who Teaches This Course: Mr. Luke Mielke

Mr. Luke Mielke

Mr. Luke Mielke

“The vast amount of technique involved with planning, shooting, lighting, and editing in videography can be overwhelming. Video Production 1 teaches a broad overview on practical theory while directly applying the theory on complete video projects. You will be equipped to create videos that communicate a strong message for any church ministry or business venue.” 

Course Details

Video ProductionCode / Name: CADM 210 − Principles of Video Production 1           (3 credits)

Description: An introduction to fundamentals of video production, including the techniques and aesthetics of shooting, lighting and editing. This lecture-based course includes a critical study of various modes of film, video and web-based new media production. Students examine distinctive formal elements of each mode as well as the economic and cultural context of production and reception. Upon course completion, students will have a theoretical and conceptual understanding of the video production process. This course is designed to prepare students for lab-based standard and high definition video production.

Required Text(s): Please use the online campus bookstore to locate required textbooks for the course. Make sure that you search using the correct course code and look for the course with the “OL” suffix in the drop-down list. (See Textbook Ordering Help.)

Required Equipment Questions should be directed to the instructor:

  • Digital video camera (tripod and external microphone recommended)
  • If enrolled in the Photography or Digital Media degrees, a Canon dSLR is highly recommended.

Required Software Students must purchase and possess by the first day of class.

  • Adobe Premiere Non-linear video editing software (recommended, rental or 30 day trial options available) OR Lightworks Non-linear editing software
  • Dropbox Account (free cloud account for sharing video files with fellow classmates)