This workshop will teach attendees how to shoot and edit videos to engage and educate the public. In this hands-on seminar, you will use your phone to shoot video and record interviews, then edit the footage into a 30-second segment. You'll learn how to correctly frame shots and interviews. You'll also learn how to properly light your subject and get clean, usable audio. The workshop also will teach setup and hosting of Facebook Live sessions.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Edit video in an easy-to-use program.
- Create video content for media outreach and social media success.
- Recognize when they should — and shouldn't — make a video.
- Walk away thinking, “I know video is becoming more important — now I know how to make my own.”
This training is made possible due to funding support from the Federal Highway Administration to support the Every Day Counts Virtual Public Involvement initiative. For questions, please contact Meadow Bailey, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (907) 451-2240.