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Tuesday, April 8 • 4:15pm - 5:30pm
Teaching Your Media Program With Little or No Budget: Cheap Filmmaking Tools & Techniques the Pros Use

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Come to this session and you'll have the chance to win iOgrapher cases, MXL Mics x4, the Filmic Pro app, and Peachpit books!  You've been tasked with teaching your students the process of digital content creation—from  development of the story to equipment, to production and post production, to distribution. Your student might have access to cameras, lighting systems, and a nonlinear editor such as Premiere Pro, FCP, or Avid but in many departments, the access to the equipment is limited, the tools are outdated, or there may not be much available to you and your students at all. To teach many hands-on aspects of filmmaking, the tools are there at your disposal in the form of iPads, DSLRs, accessories, and inexpensive software and apps. This session led by the creator of Filmmaking Central (filmmakingcentral.com), inventor of iOgrapher (iographer.com), and author of the forthcoming book Media Arts 101 (peachpit.com) is sure to give you new ideas for teaching using modern filmmaking concepts and tools.
Presenter: David Basulto, Media Arts and Animation Instructor, San Marino High School

Tuesday April 8, 2014 4:15pm - 5:30pm
Pavilion 11

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