I had combined the chapter before (Chapter 5) with Chapter 6. Chapter 5 is more of an introduction to microphones... Read More >>
CALIFORNIA FILM PROFESSIONALS
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Latest Blog Entries from California Film Connection Students
Connections were the main talk about this chapter. I learned how patchbays are used, multiple different cables, the purpose they serve as well as the wires and everything in between... Read More >>
The first time going through the 3rd chapter was almost like a Charlie Brown conversation with the parents on the phone... Read More >>
I just finished reading and taking the quiz on chapter one. It was indeed an eye-opener for me. Here, I got to know the word "Auteur for the first time ever in filmmaking... Read More >>
This chapter introduced how electronics are used and how they work together. The three primary measurements of electricity are voltage, current and resistance... Read More >>