The medium of video is becoming as ubiquitous as the photograph. Many, particularly photographers, are finding the need both professionally and creatively to learn the language of video. My goal during this seminar is to provide the ASMP community with an overview of the video post production process as it pertains to the DSLR camera.
We’ll explore the video editing workflow: From capture to ingestion, media organization to editing, and color correction/sound mixing to outputting for various platforms. We’ll also discuss the editing industry software standards like Final Cut Pro, Avid and Premier with particular attention to Final Cut Pro 7 and X. There will be time for Q&A at the end.
A brief yet demystifying overview of a very creative and powerful technical process. I hope you will join us! And please don’t forget to bring your questions!
Stefanie Dworkin is a New York City-based Video Editor, Filmmaker, Photographer, and Apple Certified Final Cut Pro Instructor. She has taught editing at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, CUNY’s Graduate School of Journalism, the Manhattan Edit Workshop, and privately to filmmaking and photography professionals.
Dworkin is currently editing an hour-long documentary on The Flatiron Building to be aired nationally on PBS. Past TV/Film credits include: As The World Turns; Laurie Schapira’s The Prophecy of the Seeress; Domenica Cameron-Scorsese’s Roots in Water; and Laura Poitras’ My Country, My Country. Her photographs are in private collections and have been included in numerous curated shows and competitions including Friends of Friends Benefit Photography Auction (2012), PDN’s Photo Book NYC (2010), International Woman in Photography Photo Competition (2010) and Rayko Photo Center’s International Juried Plastic Camera Show (2012) in San Francisco.
She earned a master’s in Interactive Telecommunications (ITP) from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and a BA from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Note: Lite refreshments will be served