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7:00 PM President’s remarks
7:30 PM Presentation
Presented by Edwin Davidson & Mark Camden
Edwin and Mark are tag-teaming this month’s presentation. They plan to demonstrate some of the techniques they have learned from experience shooting video for organizations, events, and family. The discussion will center on the more frequently used video editing software, from Pinnacle Studio, Adobe, and Microsoft. Mark may show some of his drone footage.
Be sure to bring your questions with you.
Edwin Davidson is a long time member of DMA. He has been working in and around the Media for more than 40 years, including two Academy Award nominated films in 1983. Producing videos, slide shows and writing shows since the 1990s, he can work in front of the cameras or behind the scenes in many capacities. Currently self employed as a producer, Ed’s skills include lighting, photography, and writing.
Mark Camden is one of our most involved members. His is webmaster for www.DMA1.org and a frequent DMA presenter. His many interests include robotics, drones, RC aircraft, model yachts, Raspberry Pi, and video photography to name a few.
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