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Nature Filmmaking Class in Jackson this June

[ 0 ] May 3, 2012 |

This June, Central Wyoming College, is offering a Nature Filmmaking Class at the Center for the Arts in Jackson Hole. Join John Little, Associate Professor of Film at CWC, to learn techniques in field shooting, lighting, sound, how to work in the natural environment, and editing. The class will also use the latest state of the art equipment for field documentary, and most of the class will be taught in the Tetons!

Here are the details on signing up:

The class will be held on Saturdays and Sundays from June 2nd-June 24; 9am-5pm. The cost is $396

1-Take the few minutes it takes to apply to CWC by clicking this link:

Applying at Central Wyoming College

2-Call 307-733-7425 if you have any questions or to register. You can also register by stopping by the Jackson Outreach Center at the Center for the Arts. The Center for the Arts is located at 240 South Glenwood Street, Jackson, WY 83001.

Need a little inspiration to apply for this course? Just check out this video from Grand Teton National Park Foundation to see some of the most amazing nature film work the Tetons has to offer.

From Valley To Peak: Glacial Lakes and The River System in Grand Teton from New Thought Media Inc. on Vimeo.

“This is part 3 of the 4 part video series “From Valley To Peak”. In Glacial Lakes and The River System in Grand Teton, New Thought Media turns their cameras on the unalienable power of water over the Grand Teton National Park landscape. High mountain lakes, waterfalls, and the infamous Snake River are all showcased in this episode.”

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