Learn to create a compelling video for your nonprofit in just 90 minutes and no budget. During this nonprofit webinar recording, we will show you step-by-step how to create an effective video for your nonprofit using just your computer and an internet connection. You don't even need a camera to benefit from this training webinar and begin creating powerful videos.
This guided, tactical training webinar is designed to help the beginner create a basic video for your nonprofit without using a video camera, lights, or expensive video editing software. You’ll learn how to use free tools and resources available on the web to tell your organization’s story through video.
This session will NOT tackle subjects like lighting or camera movement. Instead, you’ll get an easy-to-follow blueprint for using free tools, as well as photos you already have, to create compelling video content.
During this session, you will build a necessary foundation for all video production. By the end of this 90-minute nonprofit webinar, you will be able to confidently create a straightforward video for your nonprofit organization using just your computer.
Join Aaron to demystify the process of creating videos, discover your inner videographer, and have a great time learning techniques that you’ll use for years to come.
About Aaron Aaron Bramley is a communicator and a collaborator with expertise in video, social media, public relations, marketing communications, media relations, eLearning, crisis communications, nonprofits, fundraising, and learning new things. For the last 8 years, Aaron has worked as the Director of Digital Media for Ridgewood: Interactive Communications. He leads the New Media Division. Focusing on nonprofit and public sector organizations, he works with his team to create integrated communications strategies that use the most current communications tools to reach their audience the right way. He is also Co-founder and Interim Executive Director of Lights. Camera. Help., a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to creating positive change through film. He's responsible for conceptualizing the organization's mission and working to see it through.