WORKSHOP: VIDEO for STILL PHOTOGRAPHERS

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Photographers, graphic artists, or web designers: are you being asked to create a video for your clients but not sure where to start or what is involved to create a good, professional quality program. Video is powerful! Video is increasingly IN DEMAND! Sadly, the video switch on your DSLR camera does not magically turn you into a cinematographer or video producer… but this workshop will get you started down the right path.

  • We’ll explain how shooting video is VERY different from shooting still photographs…
  • We’ll show you the tools of the trade and talk about what you need…
    … and what you DON’T need to get started…
  • We’ll illustrate the process of video creation from concept to delivery and describe the various skill “hats” you’ll need to produce good work.

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.

LOCATION: George’s Camera, 7475 Clairemont Mesa Blvd #400, San Diego, CA 92111

TIME: 9:30 am, Saturday, April 15, 2017

COST: Pre-Event through EventBite:   $100.00,   (At the door:   $125.00) (Here’s the direct Link…

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/video-for-still-photographers-tickets-29919652486?ref=ecal

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

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