This seminar is geared towards photographers who wish to incorporate video into their practice.
We begin with a tour of Premiere Pro’s interface, and then move on to best practices for setting up projects, importing and organizing media, and then editing clips to the timeline. Once we’ve laid the foundation, time permitting, I’ll cover tools, techniques, and shortcuts. There will also be a brief Q&A at the end.
INSTRUCTOR: Stephanie Dworkin
Stefanie Dworkin is a Brooklyn-based documentary filmmaker/editor, photographer, and educator. Her documentary credits include WNET’s Treasures of New York: The Flatiron Building and Fannie Lou Hamer. Her photographs are in private collections, and have been included in numerous juried shows, and publications, including The Center for Fine Art Photography’s “Illuminate” exhibition and PDN’s Photobook NYC, both juried by Elizabeth Avedon. Dworkin teaches filmmaking and related media courses at the International Center of Photography
and SUNY Purchase. She also runs a boutique video production and education company. Dworkin earned a master’s in Interactive Telecommunications (ITP) from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts and a bachelor’s from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Time: 2:30pm – 4pm
Free And Open To All