12 December 2017
Digital Masterclass: 360 Photography - Part 2 (Dunoon)
This is Part 2, of a two part course started in October.
Part 1: How to use a 360 Camera – 3 October 2017
Part 2: Using your 360 footage – 12 Dec 2017
Delegates who registered and attended Part 1 are automatically enrolled for Part 2.
Part 2 – Using your 360 footage
During the day we will be using the media and footage which you have captured following Part 1 of this course and using the principles learned in Part 1. To make the most of Part 2 and to spend quality time on the further use of the media and footage, please come prepared with examples of your work which you are happy to share and which we can work on in Part 2.
The learning outcomes for Part 2 of this course are:
- Understand the platforms available for viewing 360 photography
- Become proficient in appropriate photography post processing techniques where these are relevant to the project
- Develop skills to create 360 immersive tours for Virtual Reality Headsets.
- Develop skills to create 360 interactive photo tours; online or kiosk based.
- Understand the requirements for video editing for material and footage to be used for presentation online.
- Develop skills with appropriate technology (phone, tablet and PC) to create, edit and upload 360 imagery and media.
The course content will include a series of presentations, practical sessions and the key aim will be to produce a final, or near final, output for use within your business.
Angus Mackie, a professional photographer who runs Scotland360° will lead this 360° panoramic photography course. Angus is based in on the Black Isle and specialises in 360° panoramic photography, With considerable experience and expertise in this field, Angus finds immersive, interactive photography highly rewarding and enjoys tutoring and teaching immersive techniques. His experience and expertise have led to some exciting web based developments which are now finding their way online. Find out more at: http://www.scotland360.co.uk.
This event is organised and fully funded by Highlands and Islands Enterprise, the Scottish Government's economic and community development agency for the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. HIE work with private businesses and public and voluntary sector organisations to build sustainable economic growth across a diverse and beautiful region, from Shetland to Argyll and from the Outer Hebrides to Moray. We are committed to developing the Highlands and Islands as a competitive region which is home to strong communities, successful, high growth businesses and excellent quality of life.
HIE are committed to helping enterprises of all sectors and all sizes to make the most of digital technology in the way they operate and promote their business. Find out more at www.hie.co.uk
By signing up to this course you are authorising Highlands and Island Enterprise to share your registration details with the course tutor so that they can note attendance on the day and communicate directly with the delegates.
When12 December 2017 09:30 - 16:30
Where#hellodigital, Highlands and Islands Enterprise - Dunoon