Camcorder Bootcamp – Basic Training For Shooting Great Videos
Attenhut!!!! Bought a new camcorder that’s just sitting in the closet collecting dust? Unsure about your camcorder’s features but don’t want to crack open the user’s manual? Already know how to use your camcorder but tired of shooting ho-hum family videos? Putting your friends and relatives asleep watching the video’s you’ve shot. Just want to
Attenhut!!!! Bought a new camcorder that’s just sitting in the closet collecting dust? Unsure about your camcorder’s features but don’t want to crack open the user’s manual? Already know how to use your camcorder but tired of shooting ho-hum family videos? Putting your friends and relatives asleep watching the video’s you’ve shot. Just want to be a more professional, creative shooter but not sure where to start? Then Camcorder Bootcamp was made for you. It’s “basic training” designed to “toughen up your shooting muscles” and make you that more creative, versatile, confident video shooter. With sales increasing each year, camcorders are now almost as common as televisions and cell phones. The problem is, the number of models and formats to choose from can be overwhelming to the average consumer. Not only that, but the increase in camcorder features and gear have left camcorder owners scratching their heads on how to use their expensive purchases to the fullest. Try reading some user manuals or going online for help. All you get is geekspeak. Camcorder Bootcamp purposely avoids geekspeak. It was written to train the beginning to intermediate “recruit”. It’s hosted by video producer, David L. Welch, who is also the owner of Shining Star Video Productions. David is no stranger to camcorders. He’s produced and hosted hundreds of event and how-to videos over the years. David will be your “drill instructor” throughout this bootcamp. Individual lessons include: Choosing the Camcorder Type and Format That is Right for You Camcorder Features You Should Have and Ones You Don’t Need Video Gear to Make You a More Creative Shooter How to Light Your Videos for a Pro Look Mic Options so Your Video Sounds as Good as it Looks Shooting Techniques to Hold Your Viewers’ Interest Tips and Secrets Every Shooter Should Know So get that M16, er camcorder, out its case, lock ‘n load your VCR or DVD player, and get down and give me 94 (minutes in front of your TV). This video will take you raw recruits and teach you to shoot (great, creative video that is). At ease!! You’re dismissed!! Producer’s Note: We are constantly on the lookout for people with special interests, talents and hobbies. If we can find a market for them, we would be willing to produce an instructional video at no charge to the expert. If you know of someone who might qualify, please email us at [email protected] We are always open to ideas and new talent.