Sponsored by Nikon
|When||Fri 8:30 am – 11:30 am|
|Where||Listed in your workshop registration info|
|Cost||$70, after Jun 26 $90|
With today’s cameras, it has never been easier for contemporary storytellers to capture HD video in tandem with still images. But making that transition from still photography to recording video is not as simple as just hitting a button on your camera. Capturing both still and motion in parallel demands a specific approach and a dynamic way of thinking in order to achieve a solid body of still and video content expected from today’s storytellers.
Corey will share over a decade of experience shooting still and motion in parallel and guide you through his approach. This course begins with conceptualizing an idea, and covers working through the pitfalls (and benefits) of wearing both a director’s and photographer’s hat at the same time, how to powerfully communicate a concept through the two distinct media, working alone vs. with a production crew, the benefit of going light-and-fast with smaller and better gear, and ultimately what it takes to powerfully communicate your story.