In a week-long workshop, instructors Brad Horn, video journalist at The Washington Post, and Coburn Dukehart, picture and multimedia editor at NPR.org, will build on introductory principles to explore multimedia storytelling’s most common tools in greater depth. Under their expert supervision students will find, shoot and produce multimedia stories using still and video cameras during a week that includes intense daily critiques, lectures and demonstrations.
Register for the workshop on the Maine Media Workshops + College website.
About the Workshop
Date: August 18-24, 2013
Location: Rockport, ME; lodging available
Class Size: 15
Course Summary: Students learn the basics of shooting video interviews and setting up audio for those interviews. Principals of integrating stills and audio with video are also discussed in detail. Additionally, students are introduced to Apple’s Final Cut Pro as a means to edit and produce the stories they shoot.
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About Maine Media
The mission of Maine Media Workshops and Maine Media College is to build dynamic educational communities that foster creative vision, craftsmanship and expression in the media arts. Over the last 40 years, the Workshops has influenced thousands of people – allowing them to remove themselves from the demands of everyday life and join a passionate community committed to learning a new skill or improving one’s work. Visit MaineMedia.edu for more information.