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Whether you're a novice to digital media or you're looking to hone your video editing skills, look no further than our courses in digital media production. Become practiced in sound design work, Adobe Creative Cloud programs, video field production, animation, and more.
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CE0922 - Video Editing with Adobe Premiere
12-Session Course, $1,395.00
Spring 2019: ?Wednesdays: 01/16/2019 - 04/10/2019; 6:00pm – 9:30pm
Instructor: Allyson Sherlock
This course serves as an introduction to the art of video post-production. We explore the theory and practice of various editing styles in order to gain a better understanding of how stories are constructed in the editing room, and how professionals across all fields can leverage the advantages of digital video. Through demonstrations and hands-on experience, students learn advanced editing techniques with an in-depth examination of Adobe Premiere. To further enhance projects, students learn how to improve sound quality using Adobe Audition and how to create animated titles using Adobe After Effects. Footage is provided for all exercises and projects. However, students are given the option to shoot new?material for their final projects if so desired.
CE0923 - Video Field Production
12-Session Course, $1,395.00
Spring 2019:? Thursdays: 01/17/2019 - 04/11/2019; 6:00pm – 9:30pm
Instructor: Warren Smith
This course is designed to teach students the skills involved in single-camera field production. Through lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on experience, students will learn the full gamut of production skills necessary for a successful high-definition video production. Strong emphasis will be placed on proper camera techniques, audio recording techniques, and on creating dynamic and compelling visual compositions. Students will be able to write and produce their own work, but will also learn how to participate in a collaborative, creative environment. Prior editing experience is preferred but not required.
CE0924 - Digital Media Project
12-Session Course, $1,395.00
Spring 2019:?Tuesdays: 01/15/2019 - 04/16/2019; 6:00pm – 9:30pm
Instructor: David Kelleher
The Digital Media Project course provides students with the opportunity to create an original film, animation, audio project, website, or other digital media work. ?Students will work independently with faculty guidance, and will participate in classroom peer-based critique sessions. ?By the end of the course, students will complete and share a portfolio-ready project.?The Digital Media Project course is open to students who either have taken at least one other production course in the certificate program, or who have other prior production and editing experience.
Please see below for a description of other courses in the Digital Media Production Series, which are offered based on instructor availability.
Communicate ideas and tell stories more effectively in your digital media production work. Students will learn how technical features are applied in a creative decision making process to develop an artistic identity and story elements like character and setting. Workshops will introduce DSLR photography, field audio recording, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Audition, writing for interactive and social media, and Wordpress website portfolios.
Video Animation and Effects
Learn to produce video animation and digital special effects. This course covers 2D and 3D post-production techniques for?corporate media, film?title sequences,?commercials, and cartoons. Hands-on exercises teach the basics of 3D modeling and animation in Maya, and a workflow for compositing 2D and 3D animation with live action video in Adobe After Effects. Students should have prior familiarity with video editing software.
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All students?must hold a minimum of a high school diploma or GED to enroll. Refer to individual course descriptions for any other applicable prerequisites or requirements that may apply.
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The Digital Media Production Certificate Program offers?foundational knowledge applicable to a wide range of current media-related professions. You will have the opportunity to develop hands-on production skills, achieve technical proficiency, and make sophisticated choices in the creation of digital media.
Program Format and Location
Courses are held in-person on the Emerson College campus in Boston, MA. See individual course descriptions for dates and times. Specific building and room locations will be provided to enrolled students via confirmation email prior to the start of each course.
- Option 1: To earn the certificate, complete four (4) courses offered in the Digital Media Production series.
- Option 2 (*): To earn the certificate, complete three (3) courses offered in the Digital Media Production series, and one (1) elective from our Screenwriting series. Students may choose any course offered in our Screenwriting series as their elective.
*If students elect Option 2, they may use their chosen elective to satisfy the requirements of both the Screenwriting and Digital Media Production certificates if they choose to complete both certificates.
- All individuals must complete coursework for a certificate program within a period of two calendar years from their initial date of registration.
*Instructors scheduled based on availability. Frequent instructors in the past include:
Emily Hofelich?is a producer, documentary filmmaker, and new media artist. She received her B.F.A. in Film and Television from the Savannah College of Art & Design, and M.F.A. in Media Arts from Emerson College. Emily is Affiliated Faculty at Emerson College and works for the West End House as the Digital Arts Specialist. She has produced both fiction and non-fiction films, worked as a freelance editor and independent filmmaker.
David Kelleher?is a freelance interactive media producer. He founded?desera.com, a service for teaching technology curriculum. He presents talks on programming for video games, web development, and user experience at industry conferences throughout North America.
His two decades of industry experience also encompass 3D animation for National Geographic's Naked Science television program, interactive design for Intel training applications, radio and TV advertisements for a New York diamond manufacturer, audio editing for Tom Snyder Productions, web development work for dozens of non-profit organizations, and web services programming for tech startups such as Axiomatic Design and the Tripod Project.
Current teaching interests include game development, website and mobile applications, interactive fiction and nonlinear video, advanced video effects using After Effects and Maya, and animation for new media.
Allyson Sherlock?is a Boston-based freelance editor and documentary filmmaker. She received an M.A. in Documentary Production and an M.F.A. in Media Arts from Emerson College.?Allyson?teaches media production at several different schools in the Boston area and was the recipient of the Petra T. Shattuck Excellence in Teaching Award from Harvard University Extension School. Her films have achieved both broadcast distribution and film festival success.
Warren Smith is an accomplished videographer, writer, and film producer. His most recent feature film was released domestically in 2017, and his non-fiction videography work includes projects for educational institutions in both Italy and America.
In Los Angeles Warren worked at Summit Talent and Literary Agency in Beverley Hills as Sandy Weinberg’s assistant, working with writers, directors, and animators. Warren is currently an MFA candidate at Emerson College completing his thesis film, a documentary centered around a small group of Harvard students during World War 2. He graduated from the University of North Carolina, School of the Arts, where he received his BFA in Film Producing.?
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