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Shoot like a Pro: Commercial Video Production
Expert: Nic Herzog
Use your camera to it’s max potential, develop a vision for your capture, get the right setup, improve quality output and Shoot like a Pro!
Saturday Jan 11 2020 10:00 AM (5 hours)
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Learn about commercial video production from a local Expert who’s been producing commercial content for over a decade. Learn about the the processes involved in pre-production, production itself and post-production. Don’t worry about not knowing the first thing about your camera, we’ll guide you through the whole video production process to get the most out of your camera.
In this session, you will make your very own McDonald’s commercial. With real life McDonald’s products, you will deconstruct, stage, and capture content to be edited into an advertisement.
Alternatively, if you’re a seasoned vet looking to get some feedback on your current setup and looking for ways to shoot better content, you’ll absolutely find value in this session. We want you to get the most out of your camera to develop fantastic video content without the need to spend weeks, months or even years trying to figure it and be well on your way to shoot like a pro!
What you’ll learn
About the Expert
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Nic Herzog is a seasoned filmmaker and commercial content creator, with years of experience in pre-production, project management, videography and final production. He has led the productions of multi-million dollar marketing campaigns with McDonald's Canada, Tim Hortons, SkipTheDishes, and the NHL (to name a few!).
Originally pursuing a career as a developer, Nic discovered cinematography and photography during college. He shifted directions to pursue his newfound passion, completing the Digital Media program at Red River College and founding his own cinematography company shortly after.
While Nic has worked with every imaginable camera and some of the most complicated devices on the market, the Red Scarlet-W & Dragon-X are his cameras of choice.