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MediaStorm offering Multimedia Storytelling seminar at LOOK3

picture-21We are excited to announce that we will be partnering with LOOK3 to offer a one-day Multimedia Storytelling seminar, prior to the Festival of the Photograph this summer.  Whether you’re already producing multimedia stories, or are interested but don’t know where to start, this workshop with Brian Storm will get you on the right path. The workshop will be focusing primarily on multimedia methodology and theory – this is not designed to teach you how to use your new audio recorder – it’s a workshop where you will be asked to look deeper, into the when and why of different storytelling techniques and approaches.

The Workshop will be held from 10am-6pm on June 10, 2009, in Charlottesville, VA.  We hope to see you there!

What you will learn:

Narrative Storytelling
- Examples of successful projects
- Developing the best approach for creating effective multimedia stories
- Pros and cons of the various narrative approaches

Reporting Approach
- Using the best tools to get the story
- When to use a still camera, when to use audio and/or video
- Shooting for multimedia
- How to ask questions and get to the heart of the story
- Interview techniques

Post-Production
- Getting the most out of Final Cut Pro
- Effective organizing and digitizing techniques
- Integrating still images, audio and video in a multimedia project
- Common issues and how to resolve them

Teamwork
- Getting the most out of the reporter/editor relationship
- Common issues and how to resolve them

To register for the Workshop and get more information on LOOK3, please visit: http://www.look3.org/2009/workshops/MediaStorm.html

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