Cape Ann TV’s Lunch & Learn Series continues on Wednesday, August 24th, 2016 at 12pm with “How To Make A Movie On You iPhone” presented by Professional Video Producer, Ted Reed.
It used to cost thousands, if not millions of dollars to make a movie. But now the basic production tools are in the hands of millions of people. Your smart phone can capture better video than most top of the line professional cameras did only a few years ago; all you need are a few tips and a few (if any) accessories to produce a festival-ready film. Join independent producer Ted Reed for a Cape Ann TV Lunch and Learn discussion that will show you what you need to know and what works best to get high-quality video out of your iPhone. The principles are the same for almost any current smart phone; we’ll concentrate on what the iPhone can do and the free or cheap apps that will help you get your indie feature made.
Participants are encouraged to install the ProCam app* which we will do a quick tutorial on, but even the stock Camera app will do the trick.
Space is limited for this event; please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce’s annual celebration culminating with an evening of entertainment and singing by the Cape Ann Divas, accompanied by Mari Martin Band
During the 2015 Gloucester elections, Cape Ann TV covered 13 debates and featured 19 candidate statements, in addition to covering informational public meetings about the ballot questions. Cape Ann TV also brought you live election night coverage from the Kyrouz Auditorium in Gloucester City Hall.
Seafood Expo Promo with Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken
On February 5th, 2016 Dave Edwards, President and CEO of the Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF), along with Julie Bishop, VP for Philanthropy, will lead an important discussion at Cape Ann Television (www.capeanntv.org) about addressing the needs of Essex County.
The ECCF is gearing up for an unprecedented major community leadership project, an initiative focused on making a long-term, measurable impact on the quality of life in Essex County. The end result will not only help to guide their philanthropic priorities and strategic grantmaking, but it will also arm local community leaders with the data to help move the region forward. The ECCF will rely heavily on collaborations with funders, elected officials, business leaders and nonprofits to see their vision through.
Please join us on February 5th at 12:00 pm to unite in conversation.
Seating is limited. RSVP to email@example.com