It's an exciting and challenging time to be a video professional. As the possibilities of video technology advance almost daily—with new applications, new formats, new distribution platforms and new means of consumption—it's critical that you continue your education.
I'd like to invite you to Washington, D.C., for three days of training, technology workshops, seminars, hands-on sessions and Q&As with educators. Join me at the DC Post|Production Conference, which takes place Nov. 28-30 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
We've designed this year's conference to offer as many educational opportunities as possible: education through experience, through instruction and through presentations from experts. You can view all of the conference sessions by visiting www.gvexpo.com/DCPPC.
Four concurrent tracks take place each day, so you can plan your time based on your areas of interest. Session series topics include:
- Corporate and enterprise video production
- Live and event streaming
- Best business practices for creative professionals
- Virtual reality production and post
- Aerial/UAV videography
- Nonfiction filmmaking and documentary techniques
Your conference pass gives you access to several software-specific training opportunities, including intensive workshops on Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 14, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe After Effects CC and Apple Final Cut Pro X. We are also offering some interactive sessions this year: "Cinematic Lighting Techniques," "Raw Workflows: How to Plan, Manage and Succeed When Shooting Raw," "3D for Motion Graphics Artists and Video Editors" and "Mastering Video Compression for Web and Mobile Devices."
Our early-bird rates are in effect through Sept. 22 and I encourage you to take advantage of them. For more information and to register, visit www.gvexpo.com/register. I look forward to seeing you there.