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The student showing competence in this course will be able to: •Understand how a television works. •Identify the major steps of video production. •Understand lighting equipment, the fundamentals of lighting design, and field lighting. •Identify camera mounts, the electronic components of cameras, and the basic design elements of picture composition. •Understand the nature of sound, the basic types and characteristics of microphones, •Discuss the technical principles for creating air quality graphics, set design, basic set elements, and production phases in a set design. •Operate the video switcher/complex effects and transitions. •Demonstrate competency in field production, electronic news gathering, electronic field production, and multicamera remote production. •Understand editing aesthetics and editing techniques. •Illustrate principles of video writing and basic script formats. •Understand producing and directing. •Discuss the aspects of television ministry.
Asbury Theological Seminary
Kentucky, Technology, IT601, Spring