The weekly Creative Critique—Live continues this week with our 4th webinar this Thursday, April 23rd…
On this episode of the Beyond the Lens Podcast, go behind the scenes on a recent photo workshop to get a sense of what it’s like to spend a week doing nothing but photography. This was filmed on a recent workshop in Acadia National Park, and I want to say thanks to all of the students for their generosity and willingness to participate with the making of the video.
There is so much that goes on during a week long workshop, and I have always thought that capturing some of it on video would be the ideal way to share the experience. Sure there is camaraderie, but the energy that comes from a group who are focused on being creative is really inspiring and quite special. I hope you get a sense of that here, as well as the amazing beauty of Acadia.
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Episode Notes – Tech Details:
-Edited using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 – I recently switched from Final Cut Pro to Premiere Pro, and I am really enjoying the enhanced workflow. Editing native Canon files without transcoding is a real time saver, plus also requires less storage for editing and backup. Color graded with Magic Bullet Looks – awesome.
– Special Effects / Audio – done with Apple Motion and Soundtrack Pro respectively. I can’t get away from these yet, really great for getting results fast, and I have lots of experience with them. Slowly learning After Effects CS5…slowly. The narration was recorded with the new Rode Videomic Pro, which I really like over the original Videomic.