|Steve Groves: Ldn. Free Press web strategist.|
|An intrigued Ryan Wiseman, left, meets with Nick Wynja.|
A young man, Nick Wynja, gave a demonstration on shooting and editing video using nothing more than an iPhone. He can have the finished ready-for-air clip back at the television station before the competition has returned to their cars.
Newspapers, with their growing Internet video presence, could also use this technology to advantage.
Work at a paper? Check out this VeriCoder Technology link and their 1st Video app.
|An sound editor is a word conductor.|
There is a rhythm, a cadence, to our speech. John Meadows told us, "If people can hear your edit, your edit isn't working."
|Rod Lucier points to the Creative Commons symbols in use.|
For an explanation of the various CC symbols, check out the Creative Commons site.
All images shot at the event are covered under the Creative Commons designation.
|It spells NUJV. Huh?|
I think that is another way to spell "Oops!"