Video Production Sessions Preview – GLBC

On Tuesday, May 3, GLBC offers multiple sessions for video producers:

Tuesday, May 3, 2016
10 – 11:00am
The Art of Interviewing for Video
Presented by Steve Julin

Steve Julin

Interviewing is the foundation of great storytelling, and the stories you tell are only as good as the information you get. In this workshop, you’ll learn the top tips to use when conducting an on-camera interview but most importantly how to get the sound bites and quotes you need in the edit suite.

11:30am – 12:30pm
Creative Camera Techniques
Presented by Steve Julin

Shooting great video or film is essential to any great video production. But some times a little creativity is called for. In this workshop, seasoned filmmaker Steve Julin will share with you some innovative ways to use your camera and provide examples from his award-winning PBS series, Great Lakes ~ Great Tastes.

2:30 – 3:30pm
Tips, Tricks, Ideas, Suggestions, Secrets, Hints and Advice for Producing Better Video Productions
Presented by Steve Julin

Ready to take your next video production up to the next level? In this workshop you’ll learn some techniques and tools that can help you make more compelling stories for film, TV and the web. This is not a “how to” workshop. The goal of this workshop is to share filmmaking techniques that can spice up that next corporate video or provide you with that “Ah Ha” moment for your next documentary. Feel free to bring and share some of your own tips and tricks to the session.

4:00 – 5:00pm
Filmmaking with the iPhone 6
Presented by Steve Julin

Apple’s line of phones have always been able to capture footage but when the iPhone 6 was released – it changed the playing field. The new camera (that also works as a phone) can grab 1080p high-definition clips at 60 frames per second, take 240-fps slow-motion shots, shot time lapse scenes, provide cinematic video stabilization, and even has up to 128 gigabytes of storage which is more than enough for a short film. In this workshop, award winning filmmaker Steve Julin will share his insights after testing the camera out on a corporate video shoot.

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