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Mobile Video Tools Workshop

November 17, 2016
7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
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Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden
909 Robert D. Ray Drive
Des Moines, IA 50309

Presented by Chris Snider, Assistant Professor, Drake University School of Journalism and Mass Communications

We'll introduce you to tools for stabilizing your video, adding external lights, adding external lenses and getting clear audio (and a few tools to add creativity to your videos). We'll also discuss the best apps for shooting and editing on your phone.

Examples of the tools discussed in the presentation will be available, so bring your smartphone and test out how to get quality audio and stable video.

Chris Snider is an assistant professor at Drake University in Des Moines. He has a degree in journalism from the University of Iowa and an MBA from Drake University. He teaches classes on multimedia, web design and digital media strategies.

He was previously assistant managing editor for digital innovation at the Des Moines Register, editor of Juice magazine, news design director at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and a designer at the Baltimore Sun.


$20.00 PRSA Central Iowa Chapter Member
$25.00 after 11:00 pm November 14

$30.00 Non-member
$35.00 after 11:00 pm November 14

$10.00 Student
$15.00 after 11:00 pm November 14


Chris Snider

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