Kresskill High School sponsors an annual video contest open to any high school students.
The Heartland Film Festival is open to students anywhere in the country.
The Atlanta Cutters is an organization of professional editors and creatives who work in television and film in the Atlanta area. They have started this facebook group as a way to share discussions and talk about their work with each other. If you would like to work in television or film it’s a good idea to join groups like this so that you can get to know people. It’s a closed group, so you’ll need to request to join it. As always, please talk with a parent or guardian before joining new online communities.
Unsplash is a terrific website with lots of high quality stock photography. All of the work there has a Creative Commons Zero license, which means it is in the public domain. Anyone can use this media in any way, even commercially. It’s polite to give credit to the author, but not required.
This article talks about how Adobe Photoshop has evolved over it’s 25 year history. It also discusses how Photoshop is evolving to meet the needs of modern users by creating apps and moving to a subscription model:
Here’s a good opportunity to learn about location scouting in Georgia’s film world. http://us1.campaign-archive2.com/?u=2a6bb46668197bdc329618c28&id=6634172ab8&e=96946c3ba1
I put together this 2-minute video describing how all the digital tools in this class work together. I think the video does a nice job of explaining why I’ve designed everything the way I have. Please watch it on YouTube and leave a comment!