Video Workshop - Learning Video Principals

1st October 2015

Video is an ever growing and powerful medium allowing you to make an impact on your audience and grow your brand like no other.

On top of this it helps drive web traffic to your site and can increase the chance of a page one google listing. Our basic principals course will give to the skills and knowledge you need to create professional looking videos using your smartphone or iPad. Throughout the day you'll learn about the video creation process, with the day ending in a practical exercise so you can put the day into practice. This is an excellent chance to get ahead of the curve with your marketing strategy whilst doing a bit of lunchtime networking. Places are limited to 12 people and includes tea, coffee and lunch.   Throughout the day you will learn how to: - Frame your shot - Master the principals of lighting - Choose the right location for your video - Capture great audio - Plan your video from concept to completion.   For a detailed breakdown of the day and to book please visit: http://reddotmediahouse.co.uk/videoprincipals

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