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Hands-ON: Video Techniques to Boost Startup Growth Using a Smart Phone
October 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
A series of interactive workshops that support the growth ambitions of local entrepreneurs and start-ups, Hands-ON workshops take place in a small group setting designed to develop the skills needed by early-stage entrepreneurs to successfully start and grow their ventures. By facilitating interactive, “hands on” learning, this series is also designed to help Peterborough and the Kawarthas youth and student community explore entrepreneurship as a career option.
Join the Innovation Cluster Peterborough and the Kawarthas and Pinnguaq for a session that will introduce you to video techniques to integrate into your social media and promotion to boost your online presence using your smartphone.
Having eye-catching video of your work is a great way to connect with your audience. This workshop will focus on photography and videography using mobile devices. We’ll dive into your settings, tools, techniques, tips and tricks to help you get the best footage. We will also explore user-friendly mobile video editing apps, with which you can make quite sophisticated video editing effects.
Through this workshop you will learn:
- Best settings for your mobile device
- Techniques and approaches to capture the footage you need
- Tips and Tricks from what I’ve learned
- Tools and Accessories that can expand the capabilities of your mobile device
- A variety of mobile photography and videography editing apps
- An overview of how to use the mobile video editing app I have used for most of my professional artist work
October 5 2021 12-1pm
Hosted virtually on ZOOM.
Mary is the Community Program Delivery Manager for Pinnguaq. She is an educator, writer, and media artist who loves to collaborate. She creates poetry films and Augmented Reality art installations. Mary gets really excited about participatory media/digital arts projects and believes in the potential for creative technologies to inspire individuals and connect communities. Her most recent project includes a geolocative sound collage composed of fragments from WWI letters. Mary has a B.Ed, specializing in Special Education and Language Literacy, and has recently completed her Master’s of Educational Technology degree through UBC. Mary loves traveling to meet new people, learn about different ways of being, and experiencing new landscapes.
Pinnguaq’s mission is to work alongside rural, remote, Indigenous and other communities, to support the development of STEAM skills through innovative technology, art and play. Pinnguaq’s highly diverse team and board of directors prioritizes working with rural, remote, Indigenous and other communities underrepresented in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). Driven by deeply held values of equity and inclusion for STEAM learning, we participate in the Federal Government’s 50/30 Challenge, with 50% of the team identifying as women. The staff bring a variety of lived experiences including First Nations, Inuit and Metis people, 2SLGBTQIA+ people and women, Black and People of Colour, people living with disabilities, and youth.