This course explores topics that help you understand how to communicate your visual language of film, with a focus on equipment, color correction, industry terminology, and movement.
Available Start Dates
Jan 8, Feb 5, Mar 4 (6 weeks, 100% online)
Cost to Enroll
Payment plans available
About This Course
Whether it’s Westworld or Westeros, creating epic worlds on screen is a complicated job that balances technical know-how with industry nuance and creative vision. If you’re interested in a career in the television and motion picture industry, you want to learn from someone who has done it. Someone like Stephen Beres. He’s an Emmy-winning Producer and Technologist who has worked on some of the biggest shows in television history, including HBO’s Game of Thrones, Westworld, and True Detective. In this course, Stephen draws from his years of experience to give in-depth insights into the visual language of cinema.
Who This Is For
Aspiring filmmakers entering the world of visual storytelling, as well as anyone who is looking to expand their filmmaking toolbox with new skills, terminology, and the ability to create complex visual tests.
What You’ll Learn
- How to break down complex visual elements to better understand their components, and then use that knowledge to better convey visual language
- How to assess cameras and movement to select the right equipment for the project
- How to apply post production technology such as color correction and texture to better convey your visual language
- How to apply new and familiar industry terminology when expressing your visual language to others
Meet Your Instructor
Emmy Award-Winning Producer
A Full Sail Film grad and Hall of Fame inductee, Stephen Beres is an Emmy award-winning producer and technologist who has led production and post teams that are responsible for record-setting television shows and movies such as Who Killed the Electric Car, Sesame Street, Westworld, Succession, Game of Thrones, and House of the Dragon. Stephen was instrumental in transitioning HBO from film capture into the digital world, received a Television Academy Emmy award for his work on Westworld VR and has produced HBO’s one-of-a-kind Camera Assessment Series and Image Study Series for over a decade.
About Full Sail DC3
Full Sail DC3 is a dynamic, short-form education platform that offers online courses and accredited certifications. With the values and benefits of Full Sail University, DC3 is backed by over 40 years of experience in entertainment media and emerging technology, as well as more than a decade of experience delivering compelling online education.Learn More About DC3