DIY Videos for Land Trusts: Creating Engaging Content for Deeper Connection
Instructor: Toby Hayman
If you’ve considered creating a video to showcase your work and enhance community engagement, but didn’t know where to start—this webinar is the resource you've been waiting for!
Video that's done right has the unique power to create an immediate emotional connection and can become your most powerful tool for generating community support, inspiring others and celebrating success.
Join expert videographer Toby Hayman of The Nature Conservancy as he lays out what land trusts need to know when starting their own video project, and how to get a high quality video on any budget, with tips for location shooting, conducting interviews, editing, managing assets and distribution.
Participants will learn:
- Steps required in planning a video production from start to finish
- Tips for getting the most from your interview subjects
- How to avoid common pitfalls that can make videos look unprofessional
- How to use the power of editing to add graphics, music, color correction and audio sweetening
This webinar will also include reference to the new Alliance online-course Creating Video for Impact, provided as a complimentary resource thanks to generous funding by the US Fish and Wildlife - Coastal Program.
Access to this recording will expire on June 30, 2018, and is subject to availability of the AdobeConnect service.
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