An introduction to Final Cut Pro
27th/28th April – Headland House 10-5pm
A course for all photographers, who wish to extend their skills base to include video editing.
Expected learning outcomes
Participants will be able to produce multimedia slideshows, edit/export video content/edit audio, and begin to use FCP as part of their regular workflow – whether producing slideshows, videos or audio podcasts.
We will also touch on other packages in the Final Cut Studio suite – Motion and Soundtrack Pro, as well as Adobe Photoshop and After Effects. For the budget conscious, most if not all workflows shown will also work in Apple’s Final Cut Express (FCE) software.
Participants will be able to produce industry standard newspaper multimedia packages by the end of the course.
Sion Touhig is an award-winning photographer and decided to take on video as an additional skill in 2006. He began shooting and editing video for clients like the Sunday Telegraph, Good Housekeeping and Greenpeace.
Now living in Singapore, Sion has worked as Executive Multimedia Editor/Videographer at the Straits Times Multimedia Centre (MMC) since 2008. The MMC, comprising a small team of multimedia reporters, camera operators and editors (10 journalists, 4 camera operators, 10 editors) produces an average of 25-30 video news and features reports per day, 7 days a week, to deadline, as well as undertaking assignments for external clients.
Sion is now working as Deputy Multimedia Editor at ‘Today’, Singapore’s other English language national newspaper, and is responsible for developing the newspaper’s multimedia strategy.
Sion has completed edit/shooting and Video journalism courses with the BBC, Press Association and is a certified Apple FCP user but not a certified trainer. The knowledge he will be imparting is based upon 5 years experience of producing multimedia content for newspapers and other web clients, and producing finished video journalism reports to deadline.
No prior knowledge of Final Cut Pro is expected. The course will be taught in demo form with laptop and projector. Any participants with their own FCP/FCE enabled laptop will be welcome to bring it and follow along. Course notes in PDF form will be available.
Cost – 200.00
For more details and to book your place please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 07415 745879