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Video Storytelling Workshop

29 September 2010 No Comment
  • ‘Video Storytelling Workshop’

    Hosted by: SPJ: San Diego Chapter
    My Role: Moderator
    Featured Speakers: San Diego Union-Tribune, features and nightlife photographer and videographer David Brooks and San Diego News Network, multimedia editor Steven Bartholow will lead the workshop.
    Description: Start the new year by honing your multimedia skills at an SPJ workshop on video storytelling set for Saturday, January 23.

    As journalism moves towards multimedia platforms, journalists increasingly need to know how to include video in their stories. With YouTube, Flip cameras, phone cameras and multimedia journalism outlets, video storytelling is easier than ever.

    In this workshop, you will learn the basics of good video storytelling, with tips and examples you can use whether you’re a beginner or advanced photojournalist. The two-hour program, “Reporters’ Tools: Video Storytelling,” will teach tips for shooting compelling video, the elements of video storytelling, and even how to choose a good video camera.
    When: January 23, 2010, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Where: KGTV Studio, 4600 Air Way, San Diego
    Cost: Free

    Cameras are optional. You will not need a camera, but if you have questions about yours, you are welcome to bring it.

    Program

    Equipment:
    • Cameras and accessories
    • Room set up

    How to shoot:
    • Best practices for shooting video
    • Pitfalls of shooting video

    Storytelling
    • forms of video storytelling
    • how to integrate text and video in a story
    • thinking in multimedia

    For more event details click here.

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