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Zero Budget Hands-on Workshop to Creating your Own Online Videos Now
“Nobody reads anymore. We are all in a rush. We are all glued to our phones.” - This is the new normal.
For us to thrive in this new, always-on digital society, we need to become both creators and consumers. And we already have the tools to do that – our smartphones.
In this workshop, a filmmaker and photographer from the UK, Rupert Shean, from Storyfrontier, will share his skills and passion to help you start creating your own video content now. Whether it's for personal or business use, this short, hands-on class with easy-to-follow tips and a practical component will give you new ideas and technical know-how for how you can incorporate video and photo into your everyday. Plus,a special guest from Amazin'Graze, a local business, will talk about her latest video and how she implements video into her business.
To help us understand the technical principles, we will be creating a video during the workshop. This will require us to use smartphones in small groups using the Instagram app.
What specific learnings will I take away?
By the end of the class you should be able to:
- use your smartphone to create a 60 second video.
- learn at least 6 tips on what makes a good video.
- have the confidence to start incorporating video into your life.
What this workshop is not:
This workshop is not for those wanting to create a slick corporate video for their landing page. This is best done by hiring a professional production company. Or as the topic for a later workshop.
A bit about the workshop facilitator:
Rupert started making videos 2 years ago on a cheap DSLR camera and now runs a small video production company called Storyfrontier. Originally from the UK, Rupert has since moved to Malaysia for filming work. He has a background in advertising and a strong creative itch. You can find out more about Rupert on his website storyfrontier.com
What to bring:
Bring your smartphone and an enquiring mind!
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