Talk:Video journalism/The Camera's Eye

From Wikiversity
Jump to navigation Jump to search

This used to be at the top of the page:

Camera, direction and voice[edit source]

You should inform your assignment processes with the readings in all the topics' sections and in the Resources sections. This will assist in planning scripts and camera shoots, especially important in pre-production.

This topic’s material offers choice in the study options depending on your niche interest in video journalism. The core materials provide a number of common themes, and they are:

– a history for contextulasing the emergence of the sole operator freelance-video-journalist and their methodologies;

– an understanding of the sharing across the professions in terms of method and visulising and the need for a simple and standard code of ethics for all imagemakers (those using the camera to represent others); and

– developing theoretical tools to understand the camera’s gaze.

Objectives[edit source]

At the completion of this topic, you should be able to:

(a) glean a history of documentary and begin to contextulase the technology leap that brings the new form of digital freelance video journalism;

(b) start researching and visualising through to your major work in terms of the need for a common approach across all television forms, to an image ethics in all professional practice with the camera; and

(c) apply the tools of determining newsworthyness and angle after reading the Writing with Pictures section and completing the video news script.

Online Resources[edit source]

URLs to go here

The New Video Journalism[edit source]

Leighblackall (discusscontribs) 00:25, 2 May 2017 (UTC)[reply]