In another Photoville first, photojournalist and videographer Travis Fox will show you how to use your DSLR to shoot video.
Moving Pictures — An Introduction to DSLR Video
Featuring: Travis Fox
Presented in partnership with
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Saturday, September 24 | 4:00PM – 7:00PM
Meets in the lobby of Empire Stores at 55 Water Street
Register to reserve your space here.
All workshops are FREE but require a $10 refundable deposit to reserve a space.
In another Photoville first, photojournalist and videographer Travis Fox will show you how to use your DSLR to shoot video. The workshop is geared toward still photographers who want to broaden their skills and produce video in addition to stills, and will focus on the mechanics of shooting video with a DSLR, including sequencing, audio and story selection.
This is a BYOC (bring-your-own-camera) workshop that will meet for a brief intro and slideshow presentation by the instructor at the United Photo Industries Gallery before heading out for a guided shoot. The workshop also includes an (optional) wrap-up session and casual group critique, where students can share the work they shot and get feedback from instructors and workshop peers.
Travis Fox is an award-winning television documentary maker and leads the Visual Journalism department at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Fox most recently produced films for Frontline on PBS. His work has also appeared on National Geographic, Al Jazeera, and The New York Times. From 1999 to 2009, he worked as a senior video journalist at The Washington Post and was widely recognized as a pioneer of news video on the web. He covered major stories including the 2003 invasion of Iraq and the war in Afghanistan. In 2006, he won an Emmy Award for web video coverage of Hurricane Katrina on washingtonpost.com. Fox has taught broadcast journalism at the CUNY J-School and multimedia filmmaking at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He also trains journalists in video storytelling around the world. He graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism.