When the Canon 5D Mark II arrived in late 2008 it ushered in a revolution in multimedia photojournalism. Now photographers carrying a DSLR camera could not only capture moments and events with still images but also record stunning high definition video using brilliant DSLR lenses.
In July I will have the pleasure of teaching a weeklong multimedia reporting class at the Maine Media Workshops. The class is entitled "Stills and Video for Multimedia" and will explore how to capture content with cameras and edit it into a multimedia story.
We will focus on reporting multimedia stories with stills, video and sound. The class will shoot with DSLRs and will edit in Final Cut Pro.
The 2010 catalog is now online and more information on the workshops are there too. My class is July 11-17. Tuition is $1,050.