•December 18, 2013 • Leave a Comment
In VID222 – a 2nd-year course – students move beyond basic video production and editing skills, and try their hand at applying more advanced tools to a variety of different projects, working with Adobe Premiere, Canon t5i DSLRs and Sony EA-50 camcorders.
Here are two films from the Fall 2013 semester, by Ben Block and Josh Harmon, made in G.T. Keplinger’s class:
•December 13, 2013 • 1 Comment
Students in VID321, or “Sponsored Video” – a Junior-level video production course, in which students make promotional films for hire – work in various digital formats, as a class, each filling different crew roles. They produce a number of promo videos for new clients every year. This year their instructor was Adjunct Professor Renee McSwain.
Here are the three finished promos:
•December 10, 2013 • Leave a Comment
The semester is almost over, and here are 5 experimental films from students in the Fundamentals of Video class:
(be forewarned – this last video has some images of fake blood and fake sacrifice)
•November 23, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Students in Professor Exsul Van Helden’s FLM354 (Intermediate 16mm Film Production) class visited the Baltimore Museum of Art this week.
They had fun looking at exhibits of both film . . .
. . . and video . . .
•November 14, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Our first-year video students work on their experimental films while our third- and fourth-year film students rock it old school!
•November 12, 2013 • Leave a Comment
By Nate Brubaker, in VID107.
•November 9, 2013 • Leave a Comment
Here are some photos from last night’s event!