Video journalism can be used effectively to attract viewers into your story and grip their attention quickly and efficiently.This course will teach you how to plan, shoot, edit and upload video stories for websites, using both cameras and phones...
Taught by: Anton Califano.
Video journalism can be used effectively to attract viewers into your story and grip their attention quickly and efficiently.This course will teach you how to plan, shoot, edit and upload video stories for websites, using both cameras and phones.
It has an emphasis on digital storytelling rather than traditional TV and you will walk away with professional video techniques to enhance your web projects.
- Shooting video for the web
- Storytelling, framing and interviewing
- Planning shoots
- Camera techniques: shooting interviews, sequences and cutaways
- Location shooting exercise
- Video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro
- Formats and uploads
By the end of this course you should be able to:
- Shoot well-framed, quality video with good sound
- Edit your material together using professional editing software
- Successfully embed your finished product online
Who Should Attend
This course has been designed for print, online or radio journalists who want to upgrade their video skills.
Beginner: You do not need any previous experience.
Follow Up courses
After you have completed this course you may want to continue your digital education with Video Editing with Apple Final Cut Pro X or enhance your social media skills with Social Media Marketing.
Anton is a filmmaker based in London with experience working on docs, corporate and short films with recent BBC and Channel 4 credits. Anton has shot a lot with the Canon XF300, Sony EX3 & EX1, as well as other HD cameras as well as DSLRs like the Canon 5D and C100.
With a background in editing Anton is an Apple Certified Pro in FCP, and works with both FCP7 and FCPX with BBC and Channel 4 credits. Anton regularly scripts, shoots and edits short films for corporate clients and charitable organisations, working in Argentina, UAE, India, Iran, Gran Canaria, Poland and Portugal.
Anton has over fifteen year’s teaching experience. He teaches regularly for DFG (Documentary Filmmakers Group) on the well-established industry training program Doclab course, as well as working as a visiting lecturer for LCC, and Farnham Film School, UCA.