Presented by Meghan O’Hara and Laure Green
We’ve all heard the old adage that states, “a picture is worth a thousand words”, but in this day and age if that picture moves, has sound and tells a compelling story, it will be worth 100,000 words. Using the camera that might already be sitting in your camera bag, you can create high-quality films that capture the stories that exist all around you. So, what is holding you back from forging a path in this wide-open world of video? Is it a lack of technical know-how? Lack of gear? Lack of experience? Or perhaps you can see a beautiful project in your mind, but simply don’t know where to start.
We’ve heard this from countless photographers and understand the physical and mental barriers that stand between you and the pursuit of using your DSLR to begin your video projects. To alleviate the pain of figuring it out on your own or not at all, we have collaborated with another one of Missoula, Montana’s highly regarded institutions, The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. Together, we are proud to offer this two-week workshop in order to make the entry into creating films with your DSLR a high-quality and highly inspirational experience.