Videography and Streaming Class, Saturday/Sunday, February 03/04
AlgomaTrad is offering a free 2-day workshop in the use of video and streaming equipment for interested participants on Saturday, February 03 and Sunday, February 04, 11am-4pm at the Hilton Beach Community Hall in Hilton Beach, St. Joseph Island. No experience is necessary though familiarity with cameras and social media technology is useful. Participants will be trained in the use of video and streaming equipment with the intention that they can use these skills at a later date for programs and events organized by AlgomaTrad or for their own projects.
The workshops will be lead by Steafan Hannigan, a professional live-streamer with years of experience whose clients include George Brown College, North Eastern Regional Folk Alliance, AlgomaTrad, and Jumblies Theatre. Steafan is Dora-nominated sound designer, professional photographer, documentary maker and lighting designer working in theatre and film. He is also a multi-instrumentalist and holds Cert Ed in post-16 education from Northampton University where he taught for 7 years before coming to Canada
HOW IT WORKS
The workshop covers the key aspects of live-streaming including budgeting; set up; equipment list; hardware and software; and typical applications experience
What do I need to bring? You don’t need to bring anything but you can bring a laptop or pen and paper and a fun attitude … ! No experience necessary . NONE …..
“Who is it for”? You … if you are interested in helping your community
“I’m terrible with Tech” Now you won’t be ….
“I’m a Tech nerd … audio lighting video …” Welcome to my world and all in between
We will cover what you need to livestream; software includes OBS, Ecamm Live, Atem Davinci resolve (for editing). Hardware includes Switchers( ATEM mini pro ISO) , Cameras Blackmagic 4k 6k pro, Routers, Connections, lighting, wireless Hdmi etc. All equipment is provided.
Each day’s workshop will be from 11am-4pm with a lunch break. Day 1 is hands on and prep for the Livestream. Day 2 is a practical where we will create a livestream.
Bring your instrument if you are a musician. Musicians who would like to perform as part of the Day 2 Livestream are welcome. Please register!
There is no fee for the class, but you must register HERE! Class size may be limited.
Workshop is funded by the Government of Canada under the Community Services Recovery Fund which is administered by United Way Canada.