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Frights, Camera, Action! (2015 edition)

Video Production students learned about story-boarding and editing in the process of making these movies. Each group started with the same scenario, but were tasked with creating their own ending to the story. Additionally, each group attempted to build suspense and tension through editing and cinematography. The Last Laugh by Carlos Sanchez, Nick Maciel, Miguel Fuentes, […]

El Rancho Promo 2015

Check out the 2015 ERHS promo video. Special thanks to ER Video Production and ER Link Crew. 2015 El Rancho High School Promotional Video from El Rancho Video Production on Vimeo.

Video Production: A Sampler of Projects

One Week Film Fest Students had one week to plan, shoot, and edit a movie that fit a specific theme. The theme for Period 4 was Happiness Is… Abraham Torres, Rafael Pedroza, Fabian Perez SoldOut! from Abraham Torres on Vimeo. Julie Gutierrez, Eirene Gonzales, Anthony Castro, Joseline Alcaraz Julie’s Satisfied from Eirene Gonzales on Vimeo. View […]

Frights, Camera, Action!

Video Production students studied methods of creating suspense and tension from a variety of filmmakers (including Alfred Hitchcock). Then they tried to create their own. Here are a few short movies where the students attempted to bring the audience to the edge of their seats. The Return of Yano – Eirene Gonzales, Julie Gutierrez, Joseline […]

Video Production: The FUNdamentals

Basic Cinematography: Shots & Composition Students learned the fundamentals of cinematography: the basic types of shots used in cinema, the essential rules of visual composition, and the primary camera moves. Eirene Gonzales on Vimeo. Christian Rojas on Vimeo. Joseph Jimenez on Vimeo.   Intellectual Montage & the Kuleshov Effect Students learned that images arranged consecutively […]

Homecoming Dance in 60 Seconds

Here’s a video of El Rancho’s Homecoming Dance. Stay tuned for more El Rancho events in 60 seconds from El Rancho Video Production. Shot by Tenaya Armijo and Joyce Lopez Edited by Tenaya Armijo & Jaylan Aburto