Sustainable Social Media Toolkit: Smartphone Filmmaking

14mar11:00 am1:00 pmSustainable Social Media Toolkit: Smartphone FilmmakingDiscover how your smartphone can be a powerful filmmaking tool. This event is part of Climate Week North East 2021!11:00 am - 1:00 pm OrganiserAberdeen Climate ActionEvent TypeWorkshop & Training

Event Details

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About this Event

This social media sustainability toolkit session is a great introduction to smartphone filmmaking providing all levels of users and participants with a step-by-step guide to producing their own short videos and films.

With mobile devices now able to shoot even 4K video, our phones are more than capable of creating stunning results when the users are equipped with the right skills and accessories. In these sessions, part Climate Week North East 2021, you will discover how your smartphone can be a powerful filmmaking tool that you can use to help the environment.

Scottish filmmaker and media content producer, Robert Aitken, will guide you through a series of masterclass tips and secret tricks that will improve your smartphone filmmaking. This session will include:

• Introduction to smartphone filmmaking

• Smartphone filmmaking tools

• Guide to filmmaking apps

• Smartphone film-making techniques

• Session notes to take away

What you will need to attend:

You do NOT need any items to attend this session. You are welcome, however, to have your smartphone at hand if you wish.

Zoom details will be included in your confirmation email.

Robert Aitken is a writer, filmmaker and media content producer who was born and brought up in the far north Highlands of Scotland. He studied art & design in Aberdeen and worked as a graphic designer for many years before setting out to craft his unique creative work targeting the human condition – “I craft with sight and sound looking at the plight of people, how we treat each other and this planet we all share”.

Climate Week North East is a week packed full of fun, inspiring and interesting events, designed to raise awareness of climate change but, more importantly, show what we can all do to make a difference and reduce our carbon footprint in a fun way.



(Sunday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm