Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Registration for VideoCamp SF Open

If you are serious about learning how to create web video and you happen to be in the San Francisco area on October 16 - 17th then you want to make sure you register for VideoCamp SF.


This is a great opportunity for video newbies, artists, poets, non-profiteers, greenies or skilled vloggers to meet up and learn and develop web video skills. Oh, yeah, if you want to make money and want to do web video you can come too.

The folks running the event are rock solid in their knowledge and skills. We are talking the high end of the Pro/Am league. Not wanna bees but worker bees. Do not censor yourself out of going. If you have The Flip, register, if you want to know how to use web video for art or advocacy, go.

You have questions? Heck yeah, go!

From the About Page:

VideoCamp SF is a “hyperlocal” event to be held on the 16th and 17th of October. By bringing seasoned web video creators together with people who are seasoned in “something else”, we intend to train and develop various communities and individuals in utilizing the “Best Practices in Online Video” to help them excel in whatever “something else” they are up to.

The registration price, even in these times of fiscal turbulence, are very affordable if you live in the area or can rent a couch. This really is a great opportunity to learn from some incredible people.

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