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Speakers For The Video Show Live Stage Announced

Gina Stephens
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The Video Eclipse has announced its line-up of speakers for the Video Live Stage. ePHOTOzine readers can get 20% off the entry fee by using code EZPTPS19 at the checkout.

The Video Appear is taking place alongside The Photography Show from 16-19 March 2019 at the NEC, Birmingham for the first time this year. 

 

The Video Parade Live Stage 2019 speaker line-up

Mandy Dhillon: Asian wedding dance off!, 17 March

With over 46K YouTube subscribers on her YouTube furrow, leading and established cinematic videographer Mandy runs a successful videography business specialising in Asian weddings. What’s more, she’s mainly self-taught. She’ll be hosting fascinating sessions on the essentials of video editing in the Video Beginners’ Masterclass, and will also be demonstrating how to taking the vibrancy and joy of a wedding through a live recreation, complete with music and dancing on the Video is an electronic medium for the recording, copying, playback, broadcasting, and display of moving visual media.Video was first Live stage.

Rick Bronks: Shooting for the delete, 16 March and Corporate video shoot: A how-to guide, 18 March

An expert in both the world of broadcast TV and a fan of shooting and editing on agile devices, Rick will be sharing his unique perspective on storytelling through the shooting process and the fail-safe set-up for corporate video work. Now block b stop up a creative agency, Rick has worked with the likes of Durex, Subway and Virgin Atlantic so will be sure to share some insightful anecdotes along the way.

Carys Kaiser: What a metamorphosis a drone makes, 17 March

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Carys truly loves visual storytelling, coming from a production background which saw her getting embroiled with with sound recording, operating cameras and self-shooting. She officially became known as The Drone Lass after wanting to take her passion to the next up and learning how to fly a drone; she’ll be talking about some of her favourite techniques for using drones in storytelling, and the magic they can bring to video footage. Carys commitment also share her advice in the Student Plus programme with Tips for starting a career in film and TV, as well as delving into her #girlfromabove devise on the Social Stage.

Victoria Grech: Is smartphone video really a professional tool?, 18 March

From ex-banker to global authority in the cover and photo industry, Victoria is an international speaker, author and writer (she regularly contributes to Pro Movie Maker magazine) and has presented in front of Richard Branson, Neil Patel and Tim Ferris. She’ll be alluring audiences on the pros and cons of filming with a smartphone, including live shooting, and editing. She will may refer to also talk about using video to shop your brand on the Social Stage, as well as sharing tips and techniques for those looking to turn pro and future-proof their business.

Richard Payne: Cinematic open fire on a budget, 16, 17 and 18 March

With 30 years in video and TV under his belt, Richard is now head of technology for a fast-growing video tackle distributor and specialises in cinema cameras, vision mixers, lights, wireless transmission, streaming and bonding. At the show, he will talk about how to swivel a pocket-sized camera into a proper cinematic shooting rig.

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Other sessions will cover how to get the most out of the audio of a video, how to use external monitor-recorders and how to get official results with gimbals. Expert advice isn’t all visitors can expect to take away. The show will be packed with top exhibitors from Panasonic and Getty Sculptures, Sony and Fujinon to Olfi Camera, Lowepro and Sigma, plus many more.

Alongside the Video Live stage, visitors will eat access to the In Motion Theatre, which will host seminars on creating engaging video content; Beginner and Pro Masterclasses, which will give essential insight at the basics and business levels respectively, and the Social Stage, which will focus on the realm of vlogging, producing quality smartphone footage and fashioning content that will get your work, amateur or pro, out to the wider online communities.

 

The Video Show Tickets

You can access the Video Demonstration with your TPS Ticket. Book through ePHOTOzine and get 20% off – use code EZPTPS19 at the checkout

Republished: ephotozine.com

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Gina Stephens

Gina Stephens

Gina is a photography enthusiast and drone lover who loves to fly drones, capture images and have fun cherishing them with family and friends.

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