The FPPF is offering DSLR Videography workshop with Dan Pamintuan for two (2) Sundays at the FPPF Art Chamber 1 in Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila. Dan Pamintuan is a professional videographer currently directing and producing CameraGEEK TV.
The videography workshop aims to equip the photographer with the technical know-how to produce professional quality videos and films using the modern video-capable digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera. To attend, participant must have completed Basic Photography. Workshop fee is P3,500 for the two sessions.
2018 BASIC VIDEOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
How many Sessions?
2 Sessions – Two consecutive Sundays
Schedule (Click to open)
VIDEOGRAPHY (2 SUNDAYS)
FEB 18, 25
APRIL 29, MAY 6
JUNE 17, 24
- Identifying what type of videography genre/field for you.
- Choosing the appropriate DSLR
- Identifying accessories and other related gears to produce professional looking videos.
- Knowing the appropriate camera angles, composition, and movements to tell a story.
- Practicum (Shooting a feature presentation of any topic that interests the participant)
- Understanding the basic software / tools available for editing your videos
- Importing your clips from the CF/SD card
- From Raw to Final – Cut/Trim/Drag to timeline to form a coherent story
- Adding VO (voice over), soundtrack, and other sound effects
- Titling, and application of graphics overlay to enhance your basic titling
- Practicum (Editing the feature presentation)
Venue and Package
- Two consecutive Sundays
- from 9 to 4/5 p.m.
- at the FPPF Art Chambers inside Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila, Philippines. MAP HERE
- Pre-register at the FPPF office or online
- Make your payment in person or by bank deposit
- Reservations are finalized only upon payment of workshop fee
- Video-capable DSLR
- 64-bit Laptop, Mac or Windows
ABOUT SHIERDAN ‘DAN’ PAMINTUAN
Shierdan, or more commonly known to his colleagues as Dan is an independent TV and film director, producing his own TV shows and independent films.
Dan gained his interest in the field of videography at the age of 12 when his parents acquired a video camera to document the activities of their non-profit foundation D-SHEP FOUNDATION INC.
His interest furthered on during his college years when he became the de facto videographer for family gatherings, weddings and graduations. Though he finished a degree in Marketing from the Adventist University of the Philippines, he knew that he found his calling in the film and tv industry. Dan pursued this chosen career and it opened opportunities for him to shoot in other Asian countries for numerous corporate clients based in the Philippines and abroad.
He is currently exploring creating more films and video content for TV and the web. Dan believes that film and video through the entertainment and movie industry can be a means of shaping a better society. For him, used inspirationally, it can contribute to social awareness and responsibility that can generate better citizens and can lead to a better society.