GENERAL: This introductory, one day AFTRS Open workshop on 22 February shows you how to capture a story on your iPhone and transmit it back to base.
Learn how to shoot quality (and watchable) video stories from your iPhone and create stories on the go from the field. Plus gain experience in: framing, focus, sound, coverage, locations, sound, props and dealing with interviewees.
You’ll cover the role of a producer, sequencing and visual storytelling techniques. You’ll also gain skills working in front of the camera to tell a visual story including: writing for camera, body positioning, interviewing techniques and confidence.
These are essential skills for budding mobile filmmakers, YouTube content makers, bloggers/vloggers, and modern, tech savvy storytellers working in any visual media related role.
N.B. Where possible, participants are encouraged to bring their own iPhone or iPad.
‘"t’s not just the BBC which is integrating the iPhone into its reporters’ workflows. Earlier this year the company which owns USA Today and a number of other media outlets in the US revealed it too was buying into Apple. This iPhone-related journalism has taken another step forward with a service launched on Monday by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). WorldStream is a video blog full of short clips shot by its journalists using just iPhones," - BBC College of Journalism, August 2012
22 February 2013
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