Are you new to video making or do you want to learn some new creative production tips? This introductory video class looks at essential video equipment as well as more advanced concepts. You will receive expert advice on techniques that can be applied to existing or future video projects.
Online video is a must have for marketing. This class is ideal for any brands or businesses who want to improved their video production on a budget. Below are the key elements that will be covered.
Video types right for your brand / business
Common video mistakes
Light basics – Introduction to Two-point lighting
Equipment for your project
Tips to produce higher quality video
Post production final touches Please note that this is a beginner class, however, some intermediate concepts will be covered which will appeal to existing video makers. Some experience creating video on a smart phone/iPhone, camcorder or DSLR is a bonus, but not necessary.
Understanding of basic equipment necessary for your video project
Learn basic camera shots which will improve any video
How assets such as music, images and B-ROLL can add an extra dimension to your video production
This class is taken completely online via Zoom.
You will need access to a laptop or computer with a working webcam and microphone as well as a strong internet connection.
We will provide a link to the session 24h before & again on the day of the class - keep an eye out in your inbox.
All communication will be sent to the email used to purchase a ticket. If you have signed up on behalf of a friend or colleague, please forward along this information. NOTE: this session will not be recorded, however, slides will be sent within 7 days following the class.
After working in the corporate world, Nigel Camp decided to follow his passion and founded DevilBoy Productions, an independent film production company, and The Drone Dude which offers aerial filmography and photographic services. Nigel is also author of The Video Effect which teaches brands how to use video to market themselves effectively. His blog is available at thevideoeffect.tv
Nigel has filmed throughout the UK and countries including Kenya, Botswana, Mexico, Jamaica, Spain and Croatia. Prior to working in the film sector, Nigel worked for 10 years in the telecommunications software industry managing software product roadmaps.
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