Video Editing for Photographers.
Transition from still photography to world of HDSLR Cinema with a 1-day workshop that will cover the workflow of editing video in the Adobe Premiere Pro.
- When: Jul 21, 2012
- Where: School of Visual Arts • 133/141 West 21st Street • New York • NY • 10011
- Price: $120
Dates: 1-day Workshop
Saturday 7/21/2012 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Using Adobe Premiere Pro, students will learn to edit digital photographs and video footage, and how to dynamically share video sequences with other applications in the Adobe Creative Suite. This course will introduce the Premiere workspace, and aspects of digital video workflow will be covered. Students will learn to import video and audio files, set up a project, assemble and refine a sequence, add transitions and effects, edit sound, add text and titles. Students will then export the final project as a finished video file.
Prerequisite: SWC-2391, DSLR Video Essentials for Photographers or equivalent.
For more information and register go here.
Features & Info
The School of Visual Arts (main building) is located at 209 East 23rd Street between Second and Third avenues on Manhattan's East Side. Located across the street from DaVinci Artist Supply.
Getting there by Subway
6 to 23rd Street and Park Ave. R, N to 23rd Street and Broadway. F, V to 23rd Street and 6th Ave. 1 to 23rd Street and 7th Ave. C, E to 23rd Street and 8th Ave. PATH Trains from New Jersey stop at 6th Ave.
Getting there by Bus
Downtown M11 bus on Ninth Avenue Uptown M20 bus on Eight Avenue Crosstown M23 bus (stops at Eighth and Ninth Avenues)
“The HDSLR seminar was a great way to get acquainted with the process of shooting video. Mr. Angel took us from the pre-production process all the way through production, explaining which gear is needed to get the job done. As a video editor with more than 15 years of experience, I was pleasantly surprised to hear him talking about post-production, formats, and codecs, in terms that any still photographer could understand. I went to the seminar looking for a better understanding of HD Video on DSLR cameras and came out with that, and a lot more. If you want to make the move from stills to movement, this seminar is an excellent way to start.”