Part 2 of this series hosted by George’s Camera is now scheduled for July 8, 2017 from 9:30 until 4:30. Following part one where we talked about how to get properly equipped with video and audio and a high level pass at the production process, now it is time to get into the nitty-gritty of turning your idea into a top notch video presentation; one that viewers will want to watch and tell friends about.
We’ll examine the “must have” as well as the “must NOT have” elements of your presentation, what viewers are looking for in various types of programs from “How-to” to educational programming and from a good travel piece to a bit of creative entertainment. Shooting and camera handling skills will be demonstrated. Attracting viewers, using YouTube ™ and Vimeo™ as your display platforms as well as imbedding video in your web sites will be discussed along with file management and external resources for additional footage or music.
Most of you know me as a still shooter or from teaching at City College. Lesser known is that I have over 30 years of experience as a commercial photographer and over 20 years’ experience producing award-winning high quality film and video programming for clients ranging from financial institutions to minerals companies to law enforcement to national park’s associations to telecommunications culminating in a family oriented feature.
I’ll have an Eventbrite link up soon for a direct registration but in the meantime here are the specifics.
LOCATION: George’s Camera, 7475 Clairemont Mesa Blvd #400, San Diego, CA 92111
TIME: 9:30 am, Saturday, July 8, 2017
COST: Pre-Event through EventBite: $100.00, (At the door: $125.00)
Space is extremely limited for this full-day presentation so register early and secure a seat.
For more information you can send me an email or chat with Larry McDaniel at George’s