This training webinar covers everything related to video production. By avoiding common mistakes in production, an amateur videographer can produce useful and even well-shot video. For example, sound is commonly overlooked and, while people will watch bad video with good sound, they will not watch good video with bad sound. This track will cover the basics of a good production, including capturing good sound, camera composition, basic interviewing techniques and how to use b-roll.
One-on-One Consultation Information
After you watch the training webinar, we encourage you to take advantage of FREE one-on-one consultations with video and marketing experts from See3 Communications. When you register for a production consultation, you will be asked to list your questions and send any background information or links to help us prepare.
Examples of potential consultation questions:
- I am having a tough time deciding on what location to shoot our subject in, what would you recommend?
- Our school hasn’t purchased a camera yet. Here are our top 3 choices, which would you recommend? Please note that it is nearly impossible for See3 to keep up with every piece of equipment out there. Before calling with specific camera and sound questions make sure to trouble shoot and check blogs and forums.
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