Virtual Programming 2.0: Creating High-Quality Video Production for Libraries
On Dec. 8, the OLC hosted a free webinar for members on videography skills and techniques for creating high-quality virtual programs. Adult Services Librarian Emily Lohr with the Kent Free Library explained the three stages of video production and a time-tested blueprint for planning, organizing, and seamlessly implementing your ideas for filmed programing. She described simple changes that you can make to drastically improve video and audio quality as well as ways to save time and money on equipment. If you were unable to participate in the live presentation, a recording is now available on the OLC website.
- PowerPoint Slide Deck (PDF, 87 pages)
- Guidelines for Performers (PDF)
- Sample Media Release Form (PDF)
- 10 Quick and Dirty Tricks for Getting Great Footage (PDF)
- Microphone Etiquette (PDF)
- Glossary of Terms (PDF)
- The Shot (PDF)
- Emily Lohr, Adult Services Librarian, Kent Free Library
- Learn the three stages of video production and a time-tested blueprint for planning, organizing, and seamlessly implementing your ideas for filmed programing.
- Learn simple changes you can make to drastically improve the video and audio quality of your filmed programs.
- Understand library-specific considerations that save time and money on equipment (while still creating beautiful, high-quality programming).
- Understand concepts and industry vocabulary in order to construct meaningful queries and teach yourself more about videography after the webinar.