The question of whether or not a photographer shoots video seems to be coming up more and more at creative meetings. Photographer turned instructor, Victor Ha will be giving a workshop focusing on the basics of how to capture and edit motion. In this 1.5-day workshop, Victor will delve into shooting for the edit, help you understand your camera and share simple techniques for getting the most out of your camera.
This workshop will emphasize the importance of practice, camera movement with purpose and how to improve your video skills. Victor will also demystify audio, editing tools, tools of the trade, soundtracks and lighting and teach you practical ideas and strategies on how to shoot professional videos. Don't miss this great opportunity to help you take the next big step in capturing motion and stepping up your game with this amazing speaker and instructor.
Who is Victor Ha?
Other than an extraordinary and exciting speaker, Victor Ha is a professional photographer that has transitioned into understanding the complexities of HDSLR filmmaking and has worked with numerous photographers in overcoming the various challenges of making a transition from shooting stills to capturing video. He takes a very practical approach to helping others make the transition by leveraging their photographic knowledge into filmmaking literacy. When he’s not helping others transition, Victor spends the majority of his time developing educational content for his workshops and seminars. He has a passion for photographic and video education and is excited to share his knowledge and experience with others. See more about Victor here:
Friday, September 5th 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Saturday, September 6th 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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