As a photographer, there are opportunities to do video. Maybe you’ve already been asked to shoot video. I’m sure you could use a video for your own website with you introducing yourself and showing what you do. Maybe you want to create those videos for businesses, or shoot cool music videos for bands or high school seniors, or even family history videos where you might compile photographs along with video interviews of grandparents for their 50th anniversary.
YouTube is causing video to grow, and you may already have most of the gear you need to start shooting.
Video Production & Adobe Premiere CC (3½ hours instruction)
The secret to a great video (besides interesting content) is great lighting and great sound. If you’ve already gone through my lighting course, then you have a head start on this course already.
This course covers the gear, how to use it all together, the camera settings, checklists, and everything else needed to shoot professional video, including doing multi-camera shooting and editing. No matter your skill level, this video course will help you know what to do and how to do it, giving you more confidence to tackle that next video job.
But beyond the shooting, this also covers the post-production in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. This is a vast shortcut to using this software like a pro in no time. And re-visit these videos to refresh your knowledge as your working on your own projects.
Video Samples & How You Can Use This Course
Here’s a video I produced as a promo for my studio about baby portraits.
And here’s a cool music video I shot and edited for this musician’s promo. This is a 6 camera setup with tons of color grading and editing.