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What is it about?
You have access to a great tool in the palm of your hand, but are you using your phone in the most effective way? In this webinar you’ll discover practical tips and strategic ideas for creating great video on your phone.
Jennifer will discuss the best planning techniques, including choosing the best style of video based on its intended use. You’ll learn about vox pops, stop motion and slow motion — when they work and when they don’t. Discover the best ways to plan a shoot and what you need to consider before, during and after.
Jennifer will also touch on interview technique, so you get the answers you’re looking for.
What will I gain?
— Practical tips supported by effective strategic ideas for creating video on your phone
— An understanding of what works well on a phone and what doesn’t
— Ways to prepare for success when filming, including background noise, framing the shot, length of footage and adding graphics
Who is it for?
This webinar is for marketers responsible for planning and/or creating video content.
How do I take part?
We will be using an online training platform called WebEx for this event. Before booking, please complete our online training checklist to ensure you get the most out of this training.
- AMA Member rate: FREE
- AMA Team Member rate: FREE
- Non-Member: £55 + VAT
Please note: if you are part of a group/Team membership, please select the ‘Team Member Rate’ when booking.
Jennifer Staves | Consultant
Jennifer is a digital content strategist specialising in the cultural, charitable and public sectors. She led Wellcome Collection’s online presence, including the website and social media, and introduced an editorially-led strategy that brought increased engagement. As a consultant, she developed a strategy for applying these approaches to other arts and culture organisations and also advised the Geffrye Museum of the Home ahead of its reopening in 2020. She is currently working in the public sector.
Speaker image courtesy of Jennifer Staves