Storyboard your Life’s Plan
Students in the Video Production program will learn how to create content and edit video and audio for broadcast, Internet and interactive multimedia applications. We are calling all creative people with a flair for video to come join this program. Come and learn about the technical aspects of the production process: terminology, camera operation, replay, editing equipment and switcher use. Our industry-savvy instructor will get you up to speed on framing and selecting shots, use of proper lighting, writing, editing and storyboarding. You will even get the chance to apply this knowledge in the real world. Students get the opportunity to produce content that can be aired on Lorain City Schools TV20 channel. Also prepare to take part in multiple projects such as commercials, music video and short films. Come and learn about special effects, motion graphics and digital design while preparing for Adobe Certified Associate certification!
You will learn how to do this on:
• iMac computers **Some courses**
• Tricaster 850 studio production also qualify as
• 3 Play instant replay college credit!
• Audio mixers
• Nikon DSLR cameras
• Panasonic P2 cameras
• Adobe Creative Suite software
College or Trade School Program Options for Video Production High School Majors
Lorain High’s Video Production curriculum prepares you for entry into secondary education degree programs in graphic design or communications. You can choose either a trade school or traditional college to complete a certification or go into an associate, bachelor’s or master’s level programs.
Estimated time of completion for a full-time student:
- Certification | One year or less
- Associate degree | Two years
- Bachelor’s degree | Four years
- Master’s degree | Six years
Multiple career options exist for students in this field of study. Some careers require certification completion, while others require higherlevel degrees. Possible job titles for you after college could be a television producer, editor, production assistant/control room/ audio, field reporter/anchor, videographer, photographer, social media producer. Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics @ www.bls.gov and type in your career area of interest for the most up-to-date information on these careers, pay scale, employment outlook and more.