GoPro and Video Editing Workshop for Fieldwork
Event Type: Lectures/Panels/Discussions
When: 20 May 2014
Where: University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska
Discover how you can maximize the use of film and basic video editing, with a focus on GoPro technology, to better communicate and document your fieldwork in a two-part workshop on Tuesday, May 20 hosted by Frontier Scientists.
David Selle, UAF videography instructor known for his work with the Discovery Channel, specifically the Alaskan-based series Ice Road Truckers, will facilitate the morning session. Selle will assist researchers, students and instructors in the creation of their own video recordings and encourages attendees to bring samples of their footage and their own camera gear to experiment with at the workshop. This morning session, will be held in the Murie Building, room 107, from 9 a.m. to noon.
In the afternoon participants will get the chance to import and edit their footage using Adobe Premier Pro, with Azara Mohammadi, University of Alaska Publication Staff at the Arctic Region Supercomputing Center. Learn how to quickly chop up and rearrange your footage with a focus on individualized attention with Mohammadi from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the West Ridge Research Building, room 009.
Both workshop sessions are free and open to all UAF affiliates but space is limited. To register, or for more information contact Liz O'Connell at liz [at] frontierscientists.com or 907-550-8413. Or you may contact Azara Mohammadi at apmohammati [at] alaska.edu or 907-450-8635.
The deadline to register is Friday, May 16.