Announcing the second Move2Motion workshop
I’m excited to announce, that I’ll be teaching a second Move2Motion workshop for photographers on October 17, 2015 as part of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) educational event called: Super 1 Day
Video is becoming more and more prevalent online and you’re clients are looking to share the products and services of their businesses and personal events with their clients and friends in motion productions and no longer just stills.
Video is becoming more and more prevalent online and you’re clients are looking to share their businesses and events with their clients and friends in motion productions and no longer just stills.
Learn the basics of video for photographers
This Move2Motion workshops will give you a comprehensive foundation of video and film production. We’ll look at …
- What makes compelling story and why you should care
- Why audio is more important than video and how to record it
- How great visuals can make your story shine and why video is not like shooting stills
- Why you should edit your own footage and some basic tips on how to make it all work together
Who’s teaching me this course?
Pascal Depuhl is a photographer who’s added cinematography to his repertoire a few years ago.
He teaches a workshop series called Move2Motion, designed for professional photographers, who want to add video and motion capabilities to the services they offer to their clients. Pascal has taught about video at WordCamp Miami and local universities. He’s given a TEDx talk based on the short documentary he filmed in Afghanistan and spoken about video at a few online conferences.
Pascal’s short films have won international marketing and photo industry awards, they’ve been screened in film festivals and National Geographic, the BBC and PBS have bought his footage. Pascal has also helped Philip Bloom, Nino Leitner and others teach at their Filmmaking workshops.
If you haven’t made the switch to adding motion to your photography yet, don’t worry. He’s been in your shoes and remembers what it felt like, when he dipped his toe into video.
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