Contra Costa College

Contra Costa College

Address

https://www.contracosta.edu

2600 Mission Bell Dr

San Pablo

94806

Courses

Introduction to Digital Photography ( ART 072 )

Create the photos you've always wanted! Make them even better than you ever imagined. Through a series of fun photographic assignments and exercises you'll learn how your camera works, how to use a computer to make your photos look better, and, most importantly, how to see and think like a photographer.You supply your camera and enthusiasm; we'll supply the rest. Any digital camera will work. SC LMC:DA Transfer:UC, CSU

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Digital Photography: Beginning I ( ART 158 )

This course is an introduction to the processes, principles, and tools of digital photography. Topics include the development of technical and aesthetic skills, elements of design and composition, camera technology, materials and equipment, and contemporary trends in photography.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Digtial Photography: Beginning II ( ART 159 )

This course is a continuation of ART-158 and will provide students with additional instruction in the processes, principles, and tools of digital photography. Topics include developing new thematic projects, downloading of images, archiving strategies, and advancing skills in using image editing software (Adobe Photoshop & Lightroom) and the creation of a professional portfolio.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Introduction to TV Studio Production ( FTVE 120 )

This course introduces theory, terminology and operation of a multi-camera television studio and control room. Topics include studio signal flow, directing, theory and operation of camera and audio equipment, switcher operation, fundamentals of lighting, graphics, video control and video recording and real-time video production.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Introduction to TV Studio Production ( FTVE 120 )

This course introduces theory, terminology and operation of a multi-camera television studio and control room. Topics include studio signal flow, directing, theory and operation of camera and audio equipment, switcher operation, fundamentals of lighting, graphics, video control and video recording and real-time video production.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Evening

Intermediate TV Studio Production ( FTVE 130 )

This is an intermediate class designed to advance the student's skills in producing and directing TV programs and operating television equipment. Students will produce and direct programs and prepare for positions in broadcast and cable TV as well as industrial television production facilities.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Intermediate TV Studio Production ( FTVE 130 )

This is an intermediate class designed to advance the student's skills in producing and directing TV programs and operating television equipment. Students will produce and direct programs and prepare for positions in broadcast and cable TV as well as industrial television production facilities.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Evening

Advanced TV Studio Production ( FTVE 132 )

This is an advanced class designed to increase the student's skills in producing and directing TV programs and operating television equipment. Students will produce and direct programs to prepare for positions in broadcast and cable TV as well as industrial television production facilities.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Advanced TV Studio Production ( FTVE 132 )

This is an advanced class designed to increase the student's skills in producing and directing TV programs and operating television equipment. Students will produce and direct programs to prepare for positions in broadcast and cable TV as well as industrial television production facilities.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Evening

Introduction to Film and Media Scriptwriting ( FTVE 140 )

This is a basic introductory course in writing for the film and electronic media. Preparing scripts in proper formats, including fundamental technical, conceptual and stylistic issues related to writing fiction and non-fiction scripts for informational and entertainment purposes in film and electronic media are emphasized. A writing evaluation component is a significant part of the course requirement. CSU, UC

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Intermeditate Film and Media Scriptwriting ( FTVE 141 )

This intermediate scriptwriting writing class builds on skills acquired in FTVE-140 with a focus on developing dramatic conflict within a three-act structure. Emphasis is placed on writing for a visual medium through assignments including the completion of the first-act of a feature-length screenplay. CSU, UC

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Advanced Film and Media Scriptwriting ( FTVE 142 )

This advanced scriptwriting class builds on skills acquired in FTVE-141 with a focus on the production of a feature-length screenplay. Empasis is placed on developing and refining authentic characters, solid stories, and dramatic structure through writing exercises and evaluations. CSU, UC

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Introduction to Film Production ( FTVE 160 )

This course provides an introduction to short, single-camera digital videos focusing on the aesthetics and fundamentals of scripting, producing, directing on location, post-production, and exhibition/distribution. Theory, terminology, and operation of single camera video production, including composition and editing techniques, camera operation, portable lighting, video recorder operation, audio control and basic editing will also be covered.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Introduction to Film Production ( FTVE 160 )

This course provides an introduction to short, single-camera digital videos focusing on the aesthetics and fundamentals of scripting, producing, directing on location, post-production, and exhibition/distribution. Theory, terminology, and operation of single camera video production, including composition and editing techniques, camera operation, portable lighting, video recorder operation, audio control and basic editing will also be covered.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Evening

Intermediate Film Production ( FTVE 161 )

In this course students produce intermediate level, single-camera digital videos that utilize mixed soundtracks, sophisticated lighting schemes, sync sound, polished editing and the use of visual metaphors. CSU, UC

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Intermediate Film Production ( FTVE 161 )

In this course students produce intermediate level, single-camera digital videos that utilize mixed soundtracks, sophisticated lighting schemes, sync sound, polished editing and the use of visual metaphors. CSU, UC

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Evening

Digital Editing ( FTVE 165 )

This course is an introduction to the techniques, concepts and aesthetics of digital non-linear, computerized editing for film, television and digital media. The student will become familiar with various professional software programs and develop an understanding of organization, timelines and story as well as editing for visual and audio effect.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Digital Editing ( FTVE 165 )

This course is an introduction to the techniques, concepts and aesthetics of digital non-linear, computerized editing for film, television and digital media. The student will become familiar with various professional software programs and develop an understanding of organization, timelines and story as well as editing for visual and audio effect.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Intermediate Digital Editing ( FVTE 166 )

This intermediate course is designed to advance the student's non-linear digital editing skills using current industry standard software programs.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Intermediate Digital Editing ( FVTE 166 )

This intermediate course is designed to advance the student's non-linear digital editing skills using current industry standard software programs.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Introduction to Film and Media Arts ( FTVE 205 )

This course will examine major trends and genres in the world of film and media. Analysis of how plot, theme and character are developed in a visual medium and how the language and syntax of film conveys meaning as compared to media, literature and drama will be emphasized. The relationship of film and media to historical, social, and cultural trends will also be examined. Topics include modes of production, narrative and non-narrative forms, visual design, editing, sound, genre, ideology and critical analysis.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Occupational Work Exerience Education in FTVE ( FTVE 295 )

FTVE-295 is supervised employment that extends classroom learning to the job site and relates to the student's chosen field of study or area of career interest. Under the supervision of a college instructor, students will engage in on-the-job and other learning experiences that contribute to their employability skills and occupational or educational goals. Five hours work per week or seventy-five hours work per term is equal to one unit. Students may earn up to a maximum of sixteen units; repetition allowed per Title 5 Section 55253. CSU

Delivery Mode:  On Campus    

Internship in Occupational Work Education in FTVE ( FTVE 296 )

FTVE-296 is a supervised internship in a skilled or professional level assignment in the student's major field of study or area of career interest. Under the supervision of a college instructor, students will engage in on-the-job and other learning experiences that contribute to their employability skills and occupational or educational goals. Internships may be paid, non-paid, or some partial compensation provided. Five hours work per week or seventy-five hours work per term is equal to one unit (paid) or one unit for four hours work per week or sixty hours per term (unpaid work). Students may earn up to a maximum of sixteen units; repetition allowed per Title 5 Section 55253. CSU

Delivery Mode:  On Campus    

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