Video Workshop - Day 2 By Robert Hoague
Apr 25, 2009 - 5:39:33 AM
Our group of video enthusiasts at the Whitetail University Outdoor Video Workshop.
Today's outdoor video workshop sessions were information packed segments covering:
An introduction to outdoor video possibilities.
What cameras are available for outdoor video.
Camera operation basics and beyond.
Understanding the basic categories of shots.
Creative angles and ideas.
Tips that will define your professionalism.
Advanced video techniques that are essential for professional level videos.
Wade Nolan's ""Bag Of Tricks."
How to tell your story on video.
How and when to move the story fast and effectively.
Wade Nolan shared his years of outdoor video experience with us throughout the day.
Wade Nolan goes over the use of modern video cameras for outdoor video.
Mid afternoon, Wade broke us into 3 video teams and gave us an assignment for making a bowhunting video. We all went off and developed our storyboards. Then we videoed our segments with every member of each team making a viable contribution to their videos.
One of the 3 teams working on their storyboard.
Videoing a segment of a team video.
After the video teams completed their videos we broke for dinner. Afterward, Reed Nolan began editing and assembling the videos as each of the 3 teams worked with him to provide input about their video footage. At this time (8:15pm) Reed and team members are 2/3's done.