[W]e all like to record our adventures – be they up a mountain, on water or while visiting one of the world’s great cities – and there’s never been a better time to make your own record of these experiences. In this joint event, organised by the North West Regional Committee of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) and Kendal College’s Media and Arts School, you can learn how make your own adventure travel films.
Today’s curious traveller has the kit to take high quality footage by using a digital SLR, compact camera, or even an iPhone. Combined with a tablet or computer, plus (often freely available) editing software, there has never been a better time to become a filmmaker. However, having the gear is only a small part of the process. This evening workshop will teach the essential skills needed to make travel films using the equipment that you already have at home or in your pocket.
This event is open to all and takes place on Thursday 22 March from 6.30pm – 10.00pm at The Box, Kendal College Media and Arts Campus, Kendal (next to the museum on Beezon Road).
To find out more visit www.rgs.org/whatson