This is a hands-on workshop to teach the basics of video to people who want to do their own video blogging and short marketing videos. You will leave at the end of the day with a one minute basic promotional video!
What You'll Learn:
- Identify the strengths and weaknesses of video in marketing
- Plan a short video that engages viewers
- Shoot good quality video using your own equipment.
- Learn and experiment with audio and lighting in different locations
- Discuss ways to make video on a budget without compromising quality
At the end of the workshop, you will have the ability to produce a short video that displays an understanding of the basic skills involved in video production for the web.
- A laptop - Mac or PC is fine
- A good smartphone that can record HD video (iPhone, iPad, Samsung, etc)
The workshop fee is N5,000, and covers the following:
- Light refreshments
- Training materials
- Writing materials
- Certificate of completion
There are only 10 seats available, so please sign up and pay below to confirm your attendance.
How To Register
- Click the "Add to Waitlist" link in the widget below. Enter your name, email, and phone number, and we'll send you the payment details. Payment details are also included below, so you can get a headstart.
- Pay for your ticket.
- Send proof of payment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate the name you registered with.
- Once we've received proof of your payment, we'll send you a link to claim your ticket!
- Please claim your ticket and print or download a copy. We will need to see your ticket to admit you into the workshop.
Alternately, you can make a transfer of N5,000 into the following bank account:
Zenith Bank - 1013385906
Account Name: CapitalSquare Workspace Solutions Limited
You can also pay cash or with your debit card at CapitalSquare (on or Before April 13).
Please send proof of payment to email@example.com, and we'll confirm your place at the workshop. Please pay on or before April 13, to enable us plan properly.
Anietie Brendan is a digital artist and 3D animator currently serving as the creative head at Carbon Animation studios in Lagos, Nigeria. Anietie worked as a graphic artist for well over 6 years before progressively exploring other mediums of digital artistic expression ranging from illustrations to concept art and even photography. His animation startup was founded mid 2015 and has since then produced videos and animated clips for clients across different industries.
Some Useful Information
- Partnership/Facilitation: If you're a subject matter expert on a small business issue and you'd like to facilitate one of our workshops, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Refreshments: We'll have a limited number of bite-size dessert samples and shot-size cocktails from our partners for you to try out, and if you love them (which you will!), you can buy regular sized versions and get to munching :)
- Driving Directions: If you're driving from Victoria Island/tollgate, go down the Lekki express and pass the first 5 roundabouts (the 5th is Jakande/Mobil roundabout), then keep right. Turn right just before the 6th roundabout (by the green road sign), then take the immediate left turn to go into the Garnet parking lot. The building is grey with a black roof and an orange strip (with an elevator) down the centre.
- Bus Directions: From the mainland or Victoria Island, take the Ajah bus and come down at Igbo-Efon first roundabout. You should be right in front of the Garnet building (grey with a black roof and an orange strip (with an elevator) down the centre). Walk a few metres back to the turning off the main road, take the immediate left to the building.
- Parking: There's ample, secure parking at the building, so there's nothing to worry about.
- Security: CapitalSquare is pretty safe, but it's an open event, so it's best you keep an eye on your belongings.