VIDEO FOR STILL PHOTOGRAPHERS
PART II – Getting it Done, Making it Good
A presentation by David King
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So now, after Part I, you know what you need to get started. Perhaps you even have the camera and audio gear with which you can shoot video. Good start. But now what? What do you have to do to make sure your video creations are good ones that will make viewers want to watch them and help sell your clients products and services?
Building on the first workshop, this time we’ll jump right into the core elements of good video programming and what YOU as the producer, director, videographer, writer, or all the above, need to do to create top quality programming. In this workshop we’ll be covering:
· Making your productions entertaining and appealing
· The mandatory elements your video’s “story” must have
· Things you must NOT do if you wish to hold your audience’s attention
· What is the common goal for ALL videos whether for sales or education
· Branding your productions
· Publishing your non-commissioned productions/programs
Hosted by George’s Camera and presented by N. David King
David has 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. He is currently a professor of photography at San Diego City College and will unravel the mysteries behind this exciting and rapidly expanding arena.
Class will break for lunch.
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