How To Shoot and edit a Great Nonprofit Interview in 90 Minutes

  • Duration
    90 Minutes
  • Author
    N/A
  • Course Level
    Beginner
  • Year Created
    2018

Price

$87.00

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This tactical webinar is for nonprofit storytellers who want to create good-looking and great-sounding, short video interviews. Aaron will take you behind the camera to show you how you can produce a short video interview from start to finish in 90 minutes.  

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to find affordable and effective video equipment. 
  • How to prepare your interview subject.
  • How to ask interview questions that get outstanding responses.
  • How to position the interview subject, the camera, and yourself.
  • How to get the best audio and video from your camera.
  • How to edit your footage to make something that looks and sounds great!

Watch the STEP-BY-STEP process as a video professional creates a great nonprofit interview before your eyes. This unique, guided demonstration will make you comfortable taking footage of your volunteers, staff, board members, and constituents.

BONUS MATERIALS:

  1. Affordable list of equipment for a nonprofit video starter kit.
  2. Sample footage to practice with.
  3. Sample interview questions.
  4. Ten tips for making your interview subject comfortable.
  5. Release form for adults and children.
  6. Recorded version of webinar

By the end of this webinar you will have all the information you need to film your first video interview, make your best video interview yet, and share your nonprofit stories with the world in 90 minutes or less. (You can borrow all of the equipment you need or buy it for less than $200).

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 Board Treasurer 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.

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