Doncaster film-maker Wayne Sables teaches art of video editing in course
and live on Freeview channel 276
Following the success of his online course for creatives, freelancers and small businesses wanting to add digital technology into their work, Wayne has now launched a video editing course aimed at everybody from beginners to professionals.
Wayne uses DaVinci Resolve - the colour correction and non-linear video editing application for macOS, Windows, and Linux - in the series of 28 short tutorial videos available to buy now via various platforms, including Vimeo, Skillshare and Udemy.
“This is a series of videos aimed very much at anybody wanting to learn about video making and editing without having to go to film school,” Wayne said.
“Over the 28 tutorials, we go through the whole editing process, from the initial downloading of software, through the filming and editing process, creating the perfect product for your preferred platform.
“The past few months have demonstrated very clearly the importance of film making as a means of communication but what many people do not know is how to create good quality content without breaking their very limited budgets.
“These tutorials are about enabling anyone wanting to learn to upscale their skills at their own pace and although they have been initiated with the creative industries in mind, they are an ideal guide for anybody wanting to spread their message through digital technologies.
“Film making with your iPhone or tablet - it’s technology we all have at our fingers tips but too often we don’t know what to do with it or understand the impact it can have.”
His company, Wayne Sables Project, specialises in combining the arts and technology within the professional, corporate, community and educational environments.
Wayne has 20 years’ experience working with a wide range of businesses, councils, freelancers, creative organisations, producing, designing, developing and delivering high-quality, large-scale, multi-art projects and creating films that tell his partners’ and clients’ stories.
He says that working within both the creative and commercial industries has given him a unique insight into how the two can work together to create projects that have mass engagement and can increase a company’s reach.
To find out more, visit www.waynesablesproject.co.uk
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