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Training - Behind the lens: How to shoot video for business stories

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High-quality video can bring business stories to life, and journalists are increasingly being asked to shoot segments on their smartphones. SABEW’s next training session will give you an overview of how best to shoot video and audio, even if your equipment is limited. Mitchell Masilun, an Arkansas-based editorial photographer and multimedia specialist, will lead SABEW members through this one-hour webinar. He’ll cover the basic concepts of what makes a good (and bad) video and offer tips and tricks for shooting the best video with the equipment you have. He’ll also review inexpensive gear that can help improve smartphone video. If time permits, he’ll also provide video editing tips.

Instructions: https://zoom.us/j/653310808. Or Telephone: Dial US: +1 669 900 6833 and enter Webinar ID: 653 310 808

Questions: Callers may submit questions to the panelists at sabew@sabew.org.

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Mitchell Masilun is an Arkansas-based editorial photographer, multimedia specialist and educator. He currently is a photojournalist at The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in Little Rock. Previously, Mitch was a multimedia journalist at the Mansfield News Journal in Mansfield, Ohio. He also worked as a staff photographer at Beijing-based True Run Media, publisher of three lifestyle magazines with a combined circulation of more than 70,000. He taught photography courses at The Hutong and Atelier, two Beijing-based culture and art education centers.

Before moving to China, Mitch worked as a photojournalist in the Chicagoland and Central Ohio areas, and his images were circulated nationwide through the Associated Press, the Chicago Tribune and The Atlanta-Journal Constitution. Mitch’s stills have been published globally by clients that include Fortune 500 companies, embassies, stock libraries, network news stations and international schools. His images have also been published in four books. Some of his photographs can be seen on his website 1world1eye.com.

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