Introduction to Videography - An Outdoor Shoot w/ a Videographer who worked for America's Got Talent
This experience introduces technical basics of operating your video camera and shooting, as well as an experiential learning opportunity outside! A quick breakdown: 15 minutes spent learning camera basics (aperture/F-stop, ISO, shutter speed, etc.) 15 minutes planning your series of 5-10 shots 45 minutes shooting with guidance (In small groups) 30 minutes re-group and discussion You learn best when doing, especially when it comes to video. I will give a prompt, but participants can feel free to shoot whatever they would like and can receive feedback and guidance.
Hello! My name is Zach, I'm originally from Weston, Connecticut. I attended Lehigh University in PA, and spent the next three years in Tulsa, OK as a Teach For America corps member teaching high school and jr. high math. I've been making videos and taking photos since high school, and have been a freelancing videographer and photographer full-time for three years. I moved to Austin in the fall of 2014 and love it! My company Zcartt Productions focuses on telling compelling stories. I've worked on short films and feature films, as well as larger commercials and shows like America’s Got Talent, Miller and Bud Light commercials, YETI, Gorilla Glue, HEB, and Osage Casino. I've worked over 40 weddings and am always producing my own work when I can! Outside of my professional life I enjoy running, biking, and hanging out with friends and spending time with my little brother through Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Austin.
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