Using your own smartphone, tablet, or camera and laptop learn how to script, shoot and edit a short video that you can publish online.
Where are you at sunset on a Sunday? Or dawn on a Wednesday? Perhaps you’re out fishing, bird watching, at a BBQ with mates, or renovating your home. How do you spend your summer days and nights? Make a 30 second video using a variety of shots that tells us “where you’ll find me”. It’s about one person, one place and one moment. Film yourself or someone else on your smartphone, camera or tablet. What are you doing there? Who with? How do you feel? Why?
In these 2 fast and easy free sessions learn the basics of video production so you can make your own Where you’ll find me videos and share them online.
Session 1, Saturday 14th February, 10am – 1pm: Camera and sound skills, identifying strong video subjects, planning your story and production shoot.
Session 2, Saturday 21st February, 10am – 1pm: Video editing skills, video file conversion and publishing online.
To take part in this workshop you will need to be able to attend both sessions.
You’ll need a smartphone or a tablet (or a videocamera and a laptop with basic editing software). Please bring along appropriate cables and manuals as needed.
This workshop is free, however spaces are limited and bookings are essential. Please book via the Armidale Library on 02 6770 3636 OR via ABC Open New England North West NSW producer Tim Lehā on 02 6760 2453 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also book online here: http://bit.ly/1fp3lSJ
Contact Tim if you’re interested in hosting a free ABC Open workshop in your community.
Armidale Dumaresq Council War Memorial Library, 122 Faulkner Street, Armidale, NSW, 2350
Armidale Library: 02 6770 3636 ABC Open Producer, Tim Lehā: 02 6760 2453