Had a chance to evaluate the Sony FS-700 camera last weekend, and did a bit of shooting in Steveston and Richmond to test out the camera and see what it could do.
Check out the video below!
BCIT Television & Video Production students and faculty volunteering to produce the live video program for the 2012 World Partnership Walk in Vancouver’s Stanley Park.
In addition to producing video for the on-stage events, our host and camera crews were out on the grounds interviewing volunteers and participants of the walk!
Our second-year students have spent some time developing a short 30-second promotional video for the Television & Video Production Program.
It’s hard to get a sense of how challenging and exciting our program is, but they took a good shot at it!
It’s February, which means our first-year Television & Video Production students are in the midst of commercial productions!
The projects begin at this time in the spring every year and are designed to take the foundation skills that students learn in courses teaching planning productions, camera, lighting, editing and writing, and apply them in team projects.
The first set of commercials that the student production companies are working on this term:
- BC Transplant Society
- Commercial Drive Midwives
- Nike 6.0 Shoes
- Press Start Video Games
- Muscular Sclerosis Society Canada
- Frank’s Red Hot
- What8ver Cafe
- BCIT SIFE
Thanks to all of our students and staff who volunteered their Saturday to help produce the live streaming event for the FIRST Lego League BC Championships on Saturday, January 14th.
This is the second year running where the Television & Video Production students have provided a live stream of the event for friends and family to enjoy! This year we had viewers as far away as Europe watching the competition.