mini workshop course

Beyond a Photograph | Video with Katie Jennings

learning video and the heart of storytelling: clip by clip

Next Workshop Run | November 4-17


in this course you'll learn

In this 2-week mini workshop, Katie will provide you with all the tools you need to create family films that will become family treasures. You will discover a whole new world in creating short films that will last a life time & dive into a creative process that thoroughly pushes your artistic vision in ways that photography could never do.  You will be on your way to documenting lifes greatest moments and capturing the smallest details you (and/or your clients) don’t ever want to forget. Open up the opportunity to hear the tiny voices, incessant laughter, dancing, frolicking, and wandering through life’s precious moments forever, again & again. This is a time you NEVER want to forget. In this course you will learn:

  • Tech 101: basic settings and gear needed to shoot a video

  • Composition & movement: how to move; diving into positions and movements that bring life to video.

  • Formulating a plan: how to brainstorm and organize your first video; creating a shot list. Your beginning, middle & end.

  • Putting it all together: pulling clips into Lightroom and Premiere Pro, cutting and moving clips creating a flow in storytelling. How to put together a fusion video (photo + video)

  • Editing: how to edit your video in Lightroom and Premiere Pro, adding your own style.

  • Selling: how to incorporate videos into your client work

  • Final Project: each student video will be reviewed and critiqued by Katie


the story photographs cannot tell


what's included:

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learn any time - any where - with audio & print options


 
documentary photographer & videographer

documentary photographer & videographer

katie jennings

Capturing real life moments has always been my passion since the birth of my daughter (and last baby) 5-years ago. A giant health scare during my pregnancy with my middle son led me to this conclusion - life is not guaranteed! Each day we are here is beautiful and worth documenting no matter how mundane it may seem. Now that I am approaching 40 (eek!) and my kids are getting older (9, 7 and 5 years old) my goal is to document our every day life as it is right now through short films and photography. It is so rewarding watching your family on video, hearing your kids sweet little voices and seeing them play. Capturing my children through documentary photography also ensures we’ll have endless memories for our family to look back on. Photography and videography is a way for me to hold onto the past while looking forward to each new day and the endless possibilities that the future holds and all the creative ways I can capture it!