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Tuesday, April 14 • 5:00pm - 6:15pm
Extreme Videography: Using New Visual Storytelling Technologies for Field Production

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With the growing popularity of Point-of-View (POV) videos, compact high-definition cameras are being used for acquiring time-lapse, underwater, and aerial drone footage (e.g., "Brinno" and “GoPro cameras) for creative storytelling purposes. Electronic Field Production (EFP) students must understand how to use these exciting new tools effectively for creating powerful visuals in often-extreme conditions. The panel focuses on the practical realities involved with EFP applications for these new POV technologies: camera mounting options, underwater use, compression technologies, editing issues, and legal-ethical concerns with drone platforms. This session will demystify these POV technologies and provide useful teaching tips for EFP instructors contemplating using them for creative video production.
Moderator: Peter B. Seel, Colorado State University
Panelists: Patricia Amaral Buskirk, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Steven Weiss, Colorado State University
Joe Champ, Colorado State University
Brent M. Foster, California State University, Fullerton

Tuesday April 14, 2015 5:00pm - 6:15pm
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