New Secrets of Video Production for Photographers workshops coming in 2011. As 2010 draws to a close, I have found there is an even greater interest than ever in video production by photographers. More and more clients are requesting their photographers supply video along with still images. Photographers are also finding video an excellent way of promoting themselves and their work. Amateur photographers are also enjoying capturing motion and sound.
The interest in my workshops has grown as well, so I am preparing a new series of workshops that give photographers a more hands-on experience. What better way of learning than being guided through the video production process while being involved with creating video content yourself?
I appreciate all the kind comments about my 2010 events like:
“The availability of new imaging tools together with an increased use of video in advertising has created a unique opportunity for still photographers. To take advantage of this new business, an understanding and mastery of the workflow is absolutely essential. Lee White’s Secrets of Video Productions workshops combines a practical and informative overview of these new products, together with a hands-on experience with the HDSLR video workflow. As an APA member and a successful advertising & editorial photographer, Lee provides a unique and personal perspective to the transition from still to a video based production. His workshops are a lively, interactive experience that will benefit any photographer seeking to add video capability to their professional services.”
Richard Schleuning, National Sales Manager, Americas, Carl Zeiss Camera Lens Division
Richard Wiser of VMI Broadcast and Professional Video says, “ I found the information accurate and interesting and your presentation top-notch.”
Dave Busch of QuadPhoto says, “The combination of facts, experiences and practical ideas you presented will undoubtedly save a lot of money and pain for any photographer that is just beginning to investigate video production. Plus the tools, toys, and software you shared were a real eye opener for those of us who have already started shooting HD video with DSLR. Thanks again for making the event well worth our time and the 180 miles we drove to attend!”
Michael P. Randazzo says “I enjoyed your class. There are people who learn and teach, like they book learn but you can tell them right away that they never actually did it. I don’t enjoy that as much as seeing someone who does it for a living and as such can teach things you can’t learn from a book. That’s you. It’s easy to tell you have done this and know the really important things about video production.
Though you were much above my needs as I listened, I learned a lot from watching you work and hearing about your experience. Thanks you for a great few hours of your knowledge and experience.”
David Verdini of Verdini Studios says “Thanks for coming to NJ and sharing your experience with us. Although time was short, the amount of practical and quality info that I received is already helping me in planning my next video project. Your delivery and expert knowledge of video made it more credible for me. This made it so I didn’t leave your class with any doubt or confusion and in need of searching for more answers. I also need to thank you for the class on being about the subject advertised not about the teacher’s ego. Again, your knowledge and delivery proved that you are who you are and spoke for itself.”