Filmmaking in the Wilderness: How to tell your adventure story

Filmmaking in the Wilderness: How to tell your adventure story

Join Alex Maier, long distance hiker and documentary filmmaker, for this practical seminar with essential tools and tips to make your own documentary films with lightweight, inexpensive to high-end gear while hiking!
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Alex Maier found his passion for long-distance hiking and for documentary filmmaking while walking the Pacific Northwest Trail and since then has expanded his thru-hiking experience and his film credits with the 800-mile Hayduke Trail, 550 miles of the North Country trail, and more.

Alex will bring to this practical online seminar the following insights and essential information:

  • Why make a movie while hiking? And what types of movies you could make, from simple and easy to a complex narrative story.
  • Camera gear: Both the lightest setup you could get and the higher quality setup that he is using.
  • Types of shots that make strong hiking movies
  • Filming techniques for hiking movies
  • Editing Techniques
  • How to find your story

To see Alex's film work and read more about him, go to http://fiveacesmedia.net/

We hope that you will join us for this one of a kind seminar!   The session will be held online using Zoom, and the link to join the zoom session will be sent in the days before the event to everyone with a ticket.  See button below to get your ticket!  The zoom session will begin promptly at 7PM and will go through 8:30PM.  You will need to login using a desktop or laptop computer, or load the Zoom app on your phone or tablet before logging in.

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