Week One: Photoshop & Storyboards

Students are working with Photoshop to learn how to enhance and edit photos and use these new skills to create movie posters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students are developing their individual story ideas and story boards. Each student will present their story idea and storyboard to the class and the class will vote on their three favorite stories.

 

 

 

 

 


There were so many great story ideas that it was narrowed down to the top 6 stories.

About AVEA 2012

June 4- June 28, 2012
Monday-Friday, 9:30 am to 2:00 pm
Technology Center, Room 258

The Animation and Visual Effects Academy (AVEA) is a summer program that engages 20 high school participants in hands-on learning using cutting edge technology to create visual and compositing effects that are used in movie making, advertising, cyber visualization programs, and computer gaming. Participants use professional-level tools and techniques to create a short film (from idea to completion) under the instruction of professional filmmakers, visual effects editors, and film compositors.

Academy classes include: Desktop Graphics, Film Making Theory, Film Shooting and Editing, and Visual Effects.

The goal of the academy is to stimulate the academic interest of high-ability students, while also increasing their interest in and awareness of high demand employment opportunities in the multi-billion-dollar digital media industry.

The students’ film will premiere at the Robinson Film Center on July 1, 2012 at 11:00 a.m.

Click here to download a full camp description.

Sponsored by: LaPREP, LSU Shreveport, Animation & Visual Effects Program and the Robinson Film Center