Easy-Pro Video Masterclass
Learn how to create high-quality business videos using your own smartphone or tablet
"The average internet user spends 88% more time on a website with video." Mist Media
You know you need video on your website and social media. You know video can help raise your profile, attract new customers, and transform your business. But you also know that professional video can be expensive.
On this one-day masterclass, you will learn how to harness the power of video without breaking the bank – by using your own smartphone and tablet.
You will gain confidence in filming and being filmed, shoot a video blog or 'how to' video, discover the best way to capture customer testimonials, and loads more.
Oh, and you'll have lots of fun. That's a promise.
“I didn’t like the way I looked on camera. I didn’t like the way I sounded on camera. I didn’t really know what to say. [Then] Neil explained how easy it is to create professional videos using only an iPhone. I’ve been producing videos ever since.”
Karen Faulkner-Dunkley, JFD Jewellery
.Who Is the masterclass is for?
- You. If you want to use video to promote your business.
- You. If you are an entrepreneur, speaker, trainer, coach or consultant who wants to promote yourself as an expert.
- You. If you want to learn from an expert how to use video to share your message with the world.
“I got an enormous amount of value from your knowledge of self-shot video and the kit you can use to improve your filming.”
Stuart Reid Consulting, Trainer / Facilitator
As well as coming away with a brand-new video you can use immediately, you will learn such a lot! Here are just a few of the learnings you'll be able to apply forever afterwards:
- Understand which style of video has the greatest impact and why
- Find out the presenting style that best fits your personality
- Learn how to get great-looking shots, high-quality sound and perfect lighting, all without the need for expensive equipment
- Discover what to say, where to look and how to frame shots correctly
- Feel comfortable and perform well in front of the camera
And, with a small class size, you'll get the chance for all your video questions to be answered. (If you have questions that are not about video, I'll do my best to answer those as well.)
“My video blog starts tomorrow. Thank you for giving me the confidence.”
Shirley Batten-Smith, Planet Wills
Spaces are limited
Did you notice that only 12 places are available? That's so that the group forms a great bond, and to ensure each and every person gets individual attention.
By the way, the masterclass is likely to sell out fast, so if you're thinking of booking, please don't delay. I'd hate you to miss it.
“Within minutes, I started learning some amazingly useful things about the video camera on my phone, and it just carried on like that from there... Superb.”
Carl French, Publisher
Because I'm a multi-award winning, BAFTA-nominated producer/director, with 25 years' experience in broadcasting. I specialise in combining comedy, drama and entertainment with education. These days, I spend most of my time coaching and training people like you how to market their business through video.
To find out more, scroll down to the 'shameless bragging' section below.
“Neil has incredible ideas all the time. He’s a genius at what he does.”
Kerrianne Cartmer-Edwards, Kickass Branding
When and where (and how much)
I'm glad you asked.
The masterclass is being held in the inspiring surroundings of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London WC2B 5JF.
(Do not be confused with London's other Theatre Royal in Haymarket – we are definitely meeting at the one in Drury Lane.)
The masterclass runs from 10:30 to 16:30 on Thursday 22 September 2016.
I realise that travelling into London can sometimes be a challenge, but PLEASE get there early, so we can start on time. Afterwards, allow time to stay for drinks in the Terrace Bar. Networking with the other attendees is a valuable part of the event. You'll love it.
Of course you want to know how much it costs – your investment is just £395+VAT. When you consider that professional video can cost thousands, I'm sure you'll agree it's worthwhile.
Still deciding? Maybe my past experience will help convince you.