Caleb Wojcik – DIY Video Production Guide 2.0

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Caleb Wojcik – DIY Video Production Guide 2.0
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Author: Caleb Wojcik
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Caleb Wojcik – DIY Video Production Guide 2.0
DIY Video Production Guide (Version 2.0)
Learn how to shoot better videos by yourself.
10+ Hours of video lessons

What You’ll Learn:
There are so many different places you could start when you want to learn to make better videos. Trying to figure out where to begin is nearly impossible because there is so much to learn.
Trust me, I’ve been there. I’ve spent countless hours watching endless tutorials to make my videos better and that is why I put this together.
There are plenty of excuses for not making videos, but “know-how” shouldn’t be one of them.

This course covers:
What camera, lens, lighting, microphones, and recorders are best
How to set-up 3-point lighting, white balance, and soften shadows
How to get clean audio from any kind of microphone with no echo or noise
What to do while shooting to save hours editing it later
How to plan your videos, script them out, and deliver them naturally

Master Class
Get this class if you’re serious about making videos.
This is everything I wish I knew when I started making videos. Through 50 video lessons I share every step of my process for filming a video. This course covers the first steps of scripting and planning videos all the way to off-loading your memory cards. It starts with gear recommendations like choosing cameras, lens, microphones, and lighting. You’ll also learn how to set up a video studio with multiple lighting techniques, plan your b-roll, use a green screen, choose a microphone, reducing echo, shoot with multiple angles, deliver a script with or without a teleprompter, and more.
Video Gear
7 Lessons | 35:53
Choosing a camera
Choosing a lens
Comparing 6 microphones
Setting up a video studio
Using a digital audio recorder
Tripods, monopods, mic stands, light stands, etc.
Which memory cards are best

Advanced Equipment
6 Lessons | 28:09
Choosing a teleprompter & app
Using a video monitor
Choosing monitor headphones & speakers
Transporting video equipment
Background paper
Memory card management

Lighting & Composition
8 Lessons | 31:46
Setting up 3-point lighting
Different types of lighting
Using only natural light
Setting white balance
Wistia style
Fizzle style
Lighting modifications
Lighting ratios and softening

Camera Set-up
8 Lessons | 49:21
How aperture works
Shutter speed vs. frame rate
ISO and reducing image noise
Framing and the rule of thirds
Properly exposing an image
Better screen recordings
Focusing a DSLR quickly
Shooting B-roll

Advanced Recording
6 Lessons | 32:48
Video backgrounds & texture
Creating motion with equipment
Cutting down on reflections
Properly lighting a green screen
Recording with multiple angles
Adjust camera profiles & making color adjustments

Recording Audio
7 Lessons | 33:55
Using a lavalier microphone
Using an on-camera shotgun microphone
Using a boom microphone
Live monitoring audio
Having back-up audio
Reducing background noise
Lessening echo

Planning Videos
4 Lessons | 23:45
How to write your script
Planning b-roll
Identifying mistakes vs. usable takes
Ideal video length

Delivery
4 Lessons | 16:11
Delivering a script
Acting natural on camera
Leaving room for editing
Looking into camera vs. off-camera

Advanced Class
The best class for stepping up your video production skills.
If you’ve started making videos with a DSLR and they just aren’t turning out how you’d hoped, this is good tier for you. You’ll get video lessons on picking the right equipment, the basics of lighting, what camera settings to use, capturing solid audio, writing your script, and delivering it to a camera. A great introduction to recording better videos.

Video Gear & Equipment
7 Lessons | 35:53
Choosing a camera
Choosing a lens
Comparing 6 microphones
Setting up a video studio
Using a digital audio recorder
Tripods, monopods, mic stands, light stands, etc.
Which memory cards are best

Lighting
4 Lessons | 18:47
Setting up 3-point lighting
Different types of lighting
Using only natural light
Setting white balance

Camera Set-up
8 Lessons | 49:21
How aperture works
Shutter speed vs. frame rate
ISO and reducing image noise
Framing and the rule of thirds
Properly exposing an image
Better screen recordings
Focusing a DSLR quickly
Shooting b-roll

Recording Audio
4 Lessons | 23:53
Using a lavalier microphone
Using an on-camera shotgun microphone
Using a boom microphone
Live monitoring audio

Planning & Delivery
4 Lessons | 26:33
How to write your script
Delivering a script
Acting natural on camera
Planning b-roll

Starter Class
The perfect class for someone looking to make their first video.
Consider this a quick start to get you pressing record without being afraid. An introduction to equipment, setting up the camera, some microphone tips, and delivering a script. This stands on its own.

Video Gear & Equipment
5 Lessons | 23:58
Choosing a camera
Choosing a lens
Comparing 6 microphones
Different types of lighting
Setting up 3-point lighting

Camera Set-up
5 Lessons | 26:25
How aperture works
Shutter speed vs. frame rate
ISO and reducing image noise
Framing and the rule of thirds
Properly exposing an image

Scripting & Audio
4 Lessons | 28:01
How to write your script
Delivering a script
Using a lavalier microphone
Using an on-camera shotgun microphone

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