Nacho Corbella is a visual storyteller, educator and consultant with more than 10 years of experience, which to some might not sound like much, but in Web years is an eternity! He’s worked on content gathering as well as editing for multimedia, print, broadcast and radio. Corbella loves video and audio production, as well as photography and graphic design. Storyelling is his passion. Be it in the field shooting and interviewing, behind the desk editing, teaching in a classroom environment or giving workshops throughout the Americas, it’s what he enjoys doing most. Corbella’s work has been published by media organizations as National Geographic, NPR, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time magazine, Canal 13, El Mercurio and La Tercera. Corporate clients include AARP, Whole Foods, Kimberly Clark and Kingston. http://nachocorbella.com/
It’s not coming and it’s the future. It’s here. It’s now and people want it. Video storytelling is today’s belle of the ball, and here you’ll learn how to do it.
In this workshop, the participant will learn through examples, discussions, hands on demos and exercises all the key components to create a successful video story. We will talk about narrative structure, how to conduct an interview, what to focus on when shooting video, editing on paper, editing and production workflow and much more.
Even though we will go through technical aspects, gear is not the most important thing. You’ll learn to work with what you’ve got and get the most you can out of the gear you have.
Each participant will be responsible for finding a story, getting access, shooting the story and editing it.
We’ll have classes, examples, learning, shooting and editing, all in 1 week.
Don’t worry, you can do it! and I’ll be there to be sure you succeed at it.
- DSLR (or other video camera)
- Audio recorder
- Computer loaded with Editing Software. Preference is Premiere CS 5.5 or later but Final Cut Pro is also acceptable.