An Introduction to Video Editing
A City Eye workshop for developing filmmakers
Following on from our successful 'Introduction to Digital Filmmaking' session earlier in the year, our next workshop will be an introduction to Video editing.
Across an intensive five hours, attendees will learn the basics of Adobe Premiere Pro and will be guided in basic non-linear editing, multi-cam, colour correction, captioning, key frames and those all important keyboard shortcuts.
Participants do not need to bring their own computers, unless they already have an Adobe license, as laptops will be provided for use during the session.
Please note, booking in advance is essential for this event.
Glen Jevon (ACE) is a photographer, cinematographer and editor, specialising in creative photography. Glen has worked as a professional television cameraman and programme maker for over 20 years and was formerly Head of Broadcast for a Sky Digital Television Channel. His work has appeared on BBC1, Sky Sports, ITV channels and all sorts of places in between.
Glen is also a qualified teacher (FAETC), with experience of teaching the technical elements of photography, film-making and television production to all ages, in a variety of group and individual settings, including a degree course at Wiltshire College, Peter Symonds College, and right here at City Eye, where he is also a trustee. Glen has completed additional certification with both Apple & Adobe and has long been teaching people the more arcane arts of Photoshop, Premiere & After Effects.
Saturday 7 October
11am - 4pm
142-144 Above Bar Street, Southampton, SO14 7DU
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