Final Cut Pro: How to Mix Motion, Stills and Audio into Short Films with Frank Rohmer

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FINAL CUT PRO: How to Mix Motion, Stills and Audio into Short Films with Frank Rohmer.

This software is not nearly as daunting as one might think. We’ll show you how the basics work. Take your footage from your Canon 1DX, 5-D Mark II or 7-D or any of the new hybrid cameras, import the material into Final Cut and edit, with sound and music if desired, a motion production that you can sell to clients or add to your website content.

We’ll will provide an introductory overview of the editing process specifically geared to photographers. He will discuss the tools and techniques that you need to be aware of as you begin editing your videos and show an example of what can easily be accomplished by an “average” photographer after just a few hours of training.

Photographers and Videographers are about to venture into uncharted territory. Canon, Nikon and Panasonic now manufacture DSLR cameras that have the capability of producing High Definition video that rivals traditional video cameras. Unseen opportunities are around the corner for anyone utilizing this new format. Beginners and professionals alike will need a competent editing tool that has flexibility and affordability. He’ll address the hurdles that the early adopters are experiencing and he’ll reveal proven editing workflows with Final Cut Pro.

Franks personal experience as a videographer and editor enable him to teach from a perspective of current knowledge and know how. Because he currently makes his living in video production he understands what is necessary in order to properly teach real world techniques.

No technical jargon here! Franks experience and knowledge of Final Cut Pro X allows him to utilize basic terms and dialog so the beginner can properly understand the editing techniques and execute the tasks with ease.

Frank is the creator of the instructional DVD “Photography Video Workflow for Final Cut Pro + Canon 5D Mark II”. He will provide an introductory overview of the editing process specifically geared to photographers who wish to use Final Cut Pro X. He will discuss the tools and techniques that you need to be aware of as you begin editing your videos and show an example of what can easily be accomplished by an “average” photographer after just a few hours of training.

Monday, April 2. 2:45 pm – 4:30 pm.
Price: $95
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BIOGRAPHY:
Frank Rohmer is a professional videographer and editor with 17 years of production experience. He is also an Apple Certified Final Cut Pro instructor celebrating his tenth year as an instructor. His past and current clients are EA Sports, Oakley Sunglasses, Callaway Golf, SONY Electronics, AVID, Apple, Microsoft, Nestle, Hampton Products, T-Mobile, AT&T and The Aerospace Corporation.

Franks personal experience as a videographer and editor enable him to teach from a perspective of current knowledge and know how. Because he currently makes his living in video production he understands what is necessary in order to properly teach real world techniques.

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