Title: Video For Social Media
Instructor: Kylos Brannon, American University
Learn some tips and tricks for producing your social media video campaign
In 2017, everyone is producing for social media. Everyone from the major television networks, to snack companies, to your nephew’s little league team is promoting themselves through Instagram, Twitter and Facebook posts. While it seems that the skills are simple, there are ways to take advantage of the tools available and create quality work that will help you stick out.
Matching traditional approaches with cutting edge technology isn’t always obvious, and this webinar will attempt to marry the two, and give you ideas on how to streamline your post production, while planning your social media campaigns. Emphasis will be on use of Smart phones with Adobe Products, such as Premiere and Photoshop.
What you’ll learn from this training:
- Shooting for editing & distribution
- Post-Production Workflow
- Innovative Design, Motion Graphics & Branding
- Managing Multiple Feeds & Apps
- Presentation slides and notes
Who should take this training:
- Entrepreneurs Building their Social Media Presence
- Media Producers who haven’t made the “plunge” yet
- Instructors who want to integrate social media production into their classes
- Members of any community or school group expanding their media output (Theaters, Sports Leagues, Small Businesses, Charity Organizations, Socially Issues, etc)
Date and Time: March 29, 2017 at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT
Note: If you can’t attend the live session, you can still register and see the archived video and ask questions of the instructor. Free registration for BigMarker is required.
About the Instructor:
Kyle “Kylos” Brannon is an assistant professor of Film and Media Arts. He is a filmmaker, motion graphic designer, and VJ. His work with exhibit media has appeared in the Brown v. Board National Historic Site, the US Botanical Gardens, Historic Jamestowne, the National Constitution Center and other spaces around the country. He specializes in emerging media, including trends in smartphone filmmaking, motion graphics, online video production for social media, and live video art. He produced the award-winning web series Stage Fright for NBC4 and edits live video projections for DJs and theater experiences. He began exploring the world of smart-phone filmmaking when his fiance surprised him with a set of iPhone lenses. Since then he has hosted workshops at American University, through Mediashift.org and at film & video conferences around the U.S.