Your Mobile Phone: The Ultimate Personal Media Creation Tool

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You may think you need expensive HD video cameras and a Ph.D in video editing software to create interesting content. But no! Inexpensive video cameras available on many cell phones today can be used to tell stories without a lot of editing and without expensive lighting and time-intensive pre-planning. In this session, you'll learn how to convey your ideas and stories in a way that will capture the attention of the viewer and keep them coming back for more. Practical tips for mobile video blogging will be discussed so that you can start creating content the moment you step outside the workshop door. You'll also learn the best places to post your content, how to best present the video clips on your website or blog, and how to get attention for your media early-on.

Presentation: Steve Garfield, SteveGarfield.com

New Media Expo 2008

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Your Mobile Phone: The Ultimate Personal Media Creation Tool

  1. 1. Your Mobile Phone: The Ultimate Personal Media Creation Tool
  2. 2. The Ultimate Personal Media Creation Tool Tell stories without a lot of editing, expensive lighting and time- intensive pre-planning. Convey your ideas and stories in a way that will capture the attention of the viewer and keep them coming back for more. Practical tips for mobile video blogging will be discussed so that you can start creating content the moment you step outside the workshop door. You'll also learn the best places to post your content, how to best present the video clips on your website or blog, and how to get attention for your media early-on.
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