Pros: Excellent Compensation. Courteous and professional environment
Cons: Not much room to grow
This two-day workshop covers many film editing and visual effects compositing theories, tools and techniques. We cover many basic advanced features and concepts you'll need to create quality film narrative content and stunning visual effects. You will have hands-on experience editing a scene and applying visual effects to tell a story.
- Film editing and visual effects theories and techniques
- Post-production workflow
- Film editing tools and techniques, sound mixing and color in Adobe Premiere
- Motion graphics and visual effects compositing in Adobe After Effects
Thursday, August 9th, 10 am to 4 pm
Film Editing theories, a look at major movies in film history
Introduction to Adobe Premiere, basic and advanced features
Editing narrative content in Premiere
Sound mixing and color correction in Premiere
Friday, August 10th, 10 am to 4 pm
Visual Effects techniques, a look at major movies in film history
Using the dynamic link to apply visual effects in After Effects
Green screen, tracking and 3D camera compositing techniques
Formats and exporting using Adobe Media Encoder
Award-winning Filmmaker and Adobe Certified Expert
What are my parking options?
We suggest taking the DC MetroRail System. The closest Metro Stop is Farragut North.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please Email us at email@example.com
Are there minimum age requirements?
18 years old and above
What can I bring into the classroom?
you are not required to bring anything. We offer 8 iMac computers and the latest update of Adobe Premiere and After Effects.
Thank you for your interest and we look forward to creating with you!
Learn how to use Adobe Illustrator CS6, Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Direct Garment Printer. All registered participants will have the opportunity to print FREE T-Shirts and on other appropriate garments. At the end of the 12 week course we hope for all participants to walk away with a Portfolio, ACA Certification and a Job/Internship.
Google coaches at Femme Fatale DC. Join Us every Thursday starting July 26th until August 16th for an exploration of Google Tools for Businesses.
** July 26th
Ok Google: Give me tools for Makers and Creatives
An overview of Google tools specifically for Makers and Creatives to use to launch, run, and grow their businesses. Tools included: G-Suite, Google Adwords, Google Analytics, Google Sheets, HubSpot, Adobe Spark.
OK Google: Grow my social media following
An overview of Google tools specifically related to getting more website views, creating social media content, monitoring your social media growth and creating easy processes for keeping your social media updated. Tools included: Google Analytics, Google Trends, Google tools for blogging.
OK Google: Market my business
An overview of Google Adwords, Google Analytics and other tools specifically related to marketing your business online.
OK Google: How do I get more customers?
An overview of Google digital tools, tips and best practices for getting more customers for your business. Tools included: Google tools for websites, Google Analytics, Google Trends, Google Adwords, and more.9
Following the success of previous workshops in Europe and Asia, we are pleased to announce a new 5W ACADEMY workshop in Washington DC.
This two-day workshop is a comprehensive introduction to the creation of infographics and data visualization. With a mix of theory and practice, the workshop is aimed at professionals and students interested in developing the skills to produce engaging, insightful visual storytelling with their content.
We will learn how to gather and prepare data, the Do’s and Dont’s of working with numerical information and charts, and the principles of visual hierarchy, color, typography, illustration, and narrative to create impactful infographics.
Attendees will sketch out infographics, storyboard motion graphics and create/publish their interactive data visualizations and web maps with the help of Tableau Public. The class will discuss multiple award-winning projects and offer an overview of essential tools and strategies for creating engaging infographics and data visualization.
BY THE END ON THIS WORKSHOP YOU WILL BE ABLE TO
LEARN from past and current examples to understand the relevance of infographics and data visualization in visual storytelling.
JUDGE AND CHOOSE the best sources, data types, and visual formats for your projects.
CONCEPTUALIZE, plan, sketch, and design engaging infographics with multiple elements for print and online audiences.
ENHANCE your graphics narrative with well edited text to present a clear message.
PLAN OR STORYBOARD interactive graphics and learn the fundamentals of producing animated and interactive graphics
EXPAND your knowledge about the most-up-to-date tools and resources available to create infographics and data visualizations.
DAY ONE: INFORMATION GRAPHICS AND DATA VISUALIZATION
1. The role of infographics and data visualization in visual storytelling
2. Using charts
3. Using maps
4. Infographics design: layout, color, and type
5. Hands-on group exercise: sketching out a print infographic with multiple elements
DAY TWO: HANDS ON PRACTICE: EXCEL, ILLUSTRATOR AND TABLEAU
6. Creativity and Styles
7. Online / interactive infographics
8. Hands-on: creating interactive graphics and maps in Tableau
9. Hands-on group exercise: designing interactive graphics and animations
10. Efficient workflows
See a detailed workshop schedule HERE
PAYMENT - Payments are processed through eventbrite.com using a credit card. If you or your organization prefer to make a booking through an invoice process (electronic payment transfer or check) please email firstname.lastname@example.org to process your registration.
CLASS SIZE - The class size is typically around 25-30 people.
TIMES - We’ll start at 9:30 am and finish around 5:00 pm. There will be breaks in the morning and afternoon sessions and a lunch break of around 50 minutes.
LAPTOPS - You are encouraged to bring a wireless-enabled laptop with the free Tableau Public software installed. Adobe Illustrator is useful but not required (you can use a free trial version).
REFRESHMENTS - Coffe and pastries or light snacks will be available on arrival and during breaks. Lunch is on your own. The venue is located with convenient access to multiple food establishments.
STUDENT CANCELLATIONS - 100% refunds are offered for cancellations UNLESS the event is less than 20 days away in which case a 50% refund will be offered.
EVENT CANCELLATIONS - If the event needs to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances you will be offered a 100% refund. Refunds will be limited to registration costs: 5W Infographic LLC is not liable for any other costs incurred, such as travel or lodging.
Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens is a natural jewel along the historic Anacostia River that is wild and otherworldly. It’s the only national park dedicated to cultivated aquatic plants with over 40 ponds teeming with water lilies, lotus and wildlife.
The Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (FKAG) is pleased to announce an open call for submissions to its annual photography competition. The competition will offer all photographers the chance to experience, explore and capture the many hidden gems in and around the gardens.
Participants must complete the following:
1. Complete this registration found here at https://aquaticgardensphoto.eventbrite.com and make the required donation.
3. Submit digital photographs that are suitable for printing for an exhibition. The preferred size is 11x14 @ 300 dpi jpeg with either Adobe sRGB or Untagged color profiles.
4. Upload digital photograph(s) via We Transfer website, https://www.wetransfer.com to email@example.com with the note stating “FKAG Photography Competition Submission”, in the message section. (Note: First time users must agree to the website terms prior transmittal.) Submission must be received by 11:59 pm EST on August 31, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
OFFICIAL RULES & INSTRUCTIONS
The competition is open to all photographers, ages 8 and over, who have photographed plants, wildlife and landscape at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens located in northeast Washington, D.C. Employees of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, board members of FKAG, and their immediate family (spouse, parents, siblings, and children) and household members of those employees and board members are not eligible to enter this competition. Previous “Best in Show” winners must wait one year before participating in this competition.
Abstracts of Nature (AN) - This category may include micro-photography, angles, patterns, motion or perspectives, and may be created by using scientific imaging tools. However, the artistic effects should not be the result of digital manipulations.
People (PP) - This category may require signed model releases by people visible in the digital photograph.
Plants and Flowers (PF)
PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBMISSION MUST BE TAKEN AT KENILWORTH AQUATIC GARDENS.
The digital photographs selected by the three independent jurors will be printed, framed and displayed at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens at our Jazz & Lily Pads night October 13, 2018 from 3pm-5pm. This year’s competition sponsor is Nations Photo Lab.
Each participant may enter up to four (4) digital photographs per category for consideration. Digital photographs previously submitted to the FKAG Annual Photography Competition will not be considered.
1. Each submitted digital photograph, in its entirety, must be a single work of original material taken by the photography competition participant. By entering the photography competition, the participant represents, acknowledges and warrants that he or she has full power and authority to enter the digital photograph, and that the digital photograph does not infringe any copyright or violate any other intellectual property rights. The participant agrees to indemnify FKAG from any and all third-party claims arising from the digital photograph.
2. The digital photograph must not, in the sole and unfettered discretion of FKAG, contain obscene, provocative, defamatory, sexually explicit or otherwise objectionable or inappropriate content. Photographs deemed inappropriate will be disqualified.
3. Please submit digital photographs that are suitable for printing for a public display. The preferred size is 11x14 @ 300 dpi jpeg with either Adobe sRGB or Untagged color profiles.
4. Acceptable digital photograph files are color or black and white, saved as .jpeg or .jpg format.
5. No boarders, date stamp or photographer’s name/watermark may appear on the digital photographs.
The entry fee is $10.00 per digital photograph or $25.00 for four (4) digital photographs. Enter as many digital photographs as you choose. There is no limit to the number of times you may enter the photography competition. Entry fees must be paid by the submission deadline of 11:59 p.m. EDT on August 31, 2018, to be eligible to win. Digital photographs are not officially entered into the photography competition, eligible for prizes or made viewable to judges until the photography competition fees are paid. Entry fees are non-refundable.
As a photography competition participant, you will retain all rights to any digital photographs you submit, including ownership if applicable.
When you submit digital photographs to enter the FKAG Annual Photography Competition, you grant FKAG a royalty-free, nonexclusive right during the Photography Competition to:
If your digital photograph is selected as a winner or an honorable mention, you grant FKAG a royalty-free, nonexclusive right in perpetuity to:
FKAG will credit all photographs with the byline of the photographer’s name, when possible.
By submitting an entry, I declare that I am authorized as the holder of the digital photographs or photographs’ copyright (or the right to copyright) to submit said digital photographs to the FKAG Annual Photography Competition.
I grant FKAG permission to use my submitted digital photographs in its Annual Photography Competition and promotional materials, and for educational, research and historical record purposes. This usage includes, but is not limited to, slides, video disc, DVDs, CDs, websites, social media and any other type of mechanical, electronic or digital dissemination system. In all cases, there is no transfer of copyright from the original copyright holder. By submitting digital photographs for consideration, I declare that the digital photographs were taken at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens.
If the participant is under the age of 18, electronic authorization of a parent/guardian is required.
The FKAG Annual Photography Competition consists of two (2) rounds of evaluation. In Round One, each member of an expert panel selected by FKAG (the "Judges") will individually review the entries and choose a group of entries in each Photography Category to proceed to Round Two. In Round Two, the Judges will collectively select from the entries chosen in Round One the winners for each Photography Category. Best in Show will be selected from all entries. Limit one prize per winner.*
Entries will be judged on the basis of creativity, photographic quality and effectiveness in expressing the nature and landscape of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens. Winners will be announced on the FKAG website and social media platforms, and notified via email. Decisions of FKAG and the Judges are final and binding. FKAG reserves the right not to award all prizes in the event that an insufficient number of eligible entries that meet the minimum judging criteria is received, as determined by FKAG and the Judges at their sole discretion. Please do not contact FKAG about the status of entries or judging.
Best in Show Winner: Gift Cards and FKAG Photography Gift Bag.
Honorable Mention: FKAG Photography Gift Bags.
SPONSOR: Nations Photo Lab
Questions related to the contest should be directed to Ms. Danita Delaney at email@example.com.
* if the same photographer wins both Best in Show and Landscape; wins two or more of the individual Photography Categories; is selected for honorable mention in more than one category; or is selected as honorable mention in one category and winner in another, he/she will receive only one prize.)