How to Make a Video That Doesn't Suck for Your Non-Profit

Benjamin Packard, I make videos for do-gooders.

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14 Videos (48m)
    • Intro

      2:10
    • Cameras

      4:15
    • Filming

      3:34
    • Lighting

      1:20
    • Interviews

      2:59
    • Audio

      4:06
    • B-Roll

      4:23
    • Photos

      6:26
    • Editing

      2:34
    • Music

      3:44
    • Content

      5:49
    • Feedback

      2:36
    • Distribution

      1:00
    • How to Make a Video That Doesn’t Suck

      3:28

About This Class

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This 14 part videos series covers the nuts and bolts of how to make a video for your organization.  The principals it covers are universal to any video but the lessons are specifically catered to non-profits. The course covers the following topics:

Cameras

Filming

Lighting 

Interviews

Audio

B-Roll

Photos

Editing

Music

Content 

Feedback

Distribution

13 of 14 students recommendSee All

Hilarious and utterly practical. Generous beyond expected. Just wish he taught more courses. I would watch them all.
The class was wonderful learned a lot from it. Well structured and entertaining. With great visuals and humor. Thank you.

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Benjamin Packard

I make videos for do-gooders.

Benjamin found his way into video as a way to educate the public on social issues. His love of documentary brought him to Participant Media where he worked on Food Inc., The Cove and Waiting for Superman.  Fusing his love video and social activism, he founded Retainer Media, a production company that caters exclusively to non-profits.

Learn more at RetainerMedia.com.