New duckrabbit three-day photofilm workshops announcedWritten by Georgina
“The guys at duckrabbit not only helped me gain skills in audio recording, interviewing and photofilm production, but also increased my confidence in getting closer to people, and hearing their stories. I recommend this training to anybody with an interest in people, their stories, and how they are represented.” Phil Lang. Photographer and Picture Editor, April 2012.
Two brand new dates have just been set for our three-day photofilm workshops:
August 15th-17th (Central London)
September 26th -28th (Birmingham)
And there is one more place left on the July 11th – 13th course in Central London if you’d like to snap that up.
The workshop is designed to provide participants with the practical knowledge needed to produce photofilms to a high standard. We will take you through the entire photofilm production process – from identifying a suitable story, to planning the steps needed to gather the audio and pictures, all the way through to final completion of a project. We will get you out on location to make your own short photofilm in groups, to put the skills we teach you into practise.
You’ll find full details of the workshop here.
To see photofilms made by duckrabbit trainees visit: student productions. Past students have had their work featured across mainstream online media, including on the BBC News front page, The New York Times, The Telegraph, SKY News Online, The Los Angeles Times, Trust.org and The Observer.
If you’d like to book a place on one of these course please do get in touch. We take our bookings on a first come first served basis for these workshops.
I’ll leave you with some feedback from one of our recent trainees:
“This three-day training offers you a very good understanding of all the elements related to producing photofilms. It provides you with an extensive checklist you can rely on when compiling your multimedia piece. I can recommend this workshop to those who want to start exploring the domain of multimedia storytelling.” Serge Van Cauwenbergh, Photographer, April 2012.