Mendocino SBDCFort Bragg California

ABCs of Making Videos: Making professional videos right from your phone!

ABCs of Making Videos: Making professional videos right from your phone!

Wednesday, September 16, 2020 12:00pm to 1:00pm

ABCs of Making Videos: Making professional videos right from your phone!
Wednesday, September 16
From 12:00-1:00 PM

Cost: FREE

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Learn to make great videos for marketing your business.

This workshop will focus on simple techniques for capturing your media and editing it like a pro. We will focus on learning video editing through the app, Splice because it is easy and free.

All attendees need to have the app Splice downloaded on their smartphones before the webinar. Splice is a free video editing app that can be downloaded for free.

Attendees don’t need to sign up for an account, they just need to have the app download.

What you will learn:
- Shoot photos and videos with confidence using your phone
- Learn to manage your media in Photos
- Learn to use the video editing app Splice

Instructor:
Baqi Kopelman has a wide and varied background in marketing and advertising. He has created, produced, scripted and directed over 800 unique, professional commercials for national campaigns for healthcare and business marketing companies. Baqi produces high level photography for companies and individuals through his own photography business based on the Mendocino Coast.

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