Lessons from the Video Journalism Workshop

San Francisco Chronicle reporter Benny Evangelista demonstrates how close you have to get to your subject with your camera.
San Francisco Chronicle reporter Benny Evangelista demonstrates how close you have to get to your subject with your camera.
San Jose Mercury News' Gary Reyes discusses the different types of camera journalists can use to capture video.
San Jose Mercury News' Gary Reyes holds up one of the many different kinds of cameras you can use to record video.

The San Francisco Chronicle’s Benny Evangelista and the San Jose Mercury News’ Gary Reyes led a video journalism workshop on Saturday, Nov. 8, part of the chapter’s ongoing efforts to help members learn new multimedia skills.

Click here for tips that they shared on getting started in video journalism. And be sure to check back here for news on future multimedia workshops.

Thank you to San Francisco State University for hosting the workshop.

One thought on “Lessons from the Video Journalism Workshop

  1. Kudos for AAJA-SF for hosting this helpful event and for immediately posting a summary, including tips. It’s great you’re trying to help AAJA members in this ever-changing industry, even working on the weekend.

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