The Art of Storytelling: Still vs. Moving Images?

Learn the advantages of using Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Premiere Pro for telling visual stories.

Tues­day, Jan­u­ary 29, 2013 from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM (EST). Check in 10:00 am.

New York, NY

This unique Work­shop tack­les both still-image-based sto­ry­telling using Adobe Light­room as well as a moving-image-based approach using Adobe Pre­miere Pro. When to use which approach, the advan­tages and dis­ad­van­tages of each, and upcom­ing tech­nol­ogy trends that affect each plat­form will be dis­cussed. This infor­ma­tive work­shop places an empha­sis on when and why each approach could be more effec­tive (as opposed to how to use a spe­cific plat­form or soft­ware application).

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Atten­dees may bring lap­tops, or fol­low along and take notes. Cam­eras are not necessary.

Con­cen­tra­tion Areas: Film­mak­ing Tech­niques, Adobe Pre­miere Pro, Dig­i­tal Cin­ema Work­flow, RAW Work­flow, Adobe Lightroom

Level of Exper­tise:  All

still vs moving images

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Getting There

The Science Industry and Business Library (SIBL) is located Between East 34th Street and East 35th Street on Madison Ave. The workshop takes place in Room ETC4 on the lower level.

Getting There by Subway

B Train to West 34th Street; walk east along 34th Street to Madison Avenue. 1 Train to Seventh Avenue to West 34th Street (Penn Station); walk east along 34th Street to Madison Avenue. A Train to Eighth Avenue to West 34th Street (Penn Station); walk east along 34th Street to Madison Avenue. 4 Train to Lexington Avenue to Grand Central Station;* (* Wheelchair Accessible) walk west to Madison Avenue and south along Madison Avenue to 34th Street. 6 Train to Lexington Avenue local; to East 33rd Street; walk west along 33rd Street to Madison Avenue and north one block to 34th Street. 7 Train Flushing Line (express or local); to Fifth Avenue; walk south along Fifth Avenue to 34th Street and east to Madison Avenue. N Train to West 34th Street; walk east along 34th Street to Madison Avenue.

“For a day and a half work­shop Eduardo Angel kept my atten­tion, dis­sem­i­nated vast amounts of infor­ma­tion and man­aged to enter­tain. His work­shop was incred­i­bly infor­ma­tive, orga­nized and eas­ily under­stood. He inspired me to embrace the tran­si­tion from shoot­ing stills and direct­ing some footage to shoot­ing footage on my own. I have two small projects in the works and I can hon­estly credit Eduardo for remov­ing the ele­ment of fear with the great knowl­edge he shared. I look for­ward to the next work­shop that I would be able to par­tic­i­pate in. I hope this rec­om­men­da­tion is as glow­ing as I intend it to be. Thank you Eduardo!”

~ Rana Faure

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