Chuck Joiner once again treats us to a behind the scenes look at Macstock, it’s presenters, and sponsors in his special MacVoices video series, The Road to Macstock!
This Road to Macstock conversation introduces the Film Fest that will be part of this year’s event. Wally Cherwinski reviews the very few guidelines for the submissions, and then provides both information and inspiration on how you can create something that will be shown on the Macstock screen. Drawing from his experience as a videographer, Wally’s tips on using your iPhone and/or Mac to tell your story, and what that story might be, will have you up and running in no time.
Hosted by Wally Cherwinski, this is your chance to share your own Creativity by participating in the premiere of the very first Macstock Short Film Festival!
Just by attending Macstock 2019 you’ll enjoy some first-run screenings of videos made by your friends in the Macstock community, but if you’d like to take it to the next level, you’ll be able to enter your own production for the festival too! Entry is open to all Macstock 2019 attendees, so grab your camera or iPhone, record some memorable moments, and unleash your inner Spielberg. What better venue than Macstock to showcase your creative efforts and share them with an eager audience? It may not be Cannes, but it’s sure to be a lot of fun!
To take part in this year’s Film Fest, just put together a short video from some new or old footage and send it in. Rules are simple: submitted videos should be 1-2 minutes long (2 1/2 minutes max), shot with any camera and edited on a Mac or iOS device within the past 3 years. We’ll screen as many videos as we can!
As video cameras today’s iPhones pack a powerful punch. With add-on lenses accessories and some video savvy you can take iPhone videography to a new level. At Macstock Conference 2016, Wally Cherwinski teaches you how to shoot video as naturally as you take stills and tap the full potential of your iPhone camera.
Chuck Joiner once again treats us to a behind the scenes look at Macstock, it’s presenters, and sponsors in his special MacVoices video series, The Road to Macstock! In this installment of The Road to Macstock 2017 Chuck speaks with Macstock presenter Wally Cherwinski about his Macstock 2016 talk, Video to Go, and how his Macstock 2017 follow up, Video to Go II, will give attendees a closer look at how his tips and techniques can result in better video for everyone.
We are back on the Road toMacstock in a conversation with Wally Cherwinski about video-making and why it can be so much fun. Wally shares some of his thoughts on getting started making videos with Apple’s free tools and moving up to something more sophisticated when you are ready. Making videos can change the way you look at TV, commercials, and movies. Wally talks about what you can learn from all three, how stories are told in two to three minutes, and how he will approach the subject at Macstock.
The Road to Macstock wends its way through Canada to speak with Wally Cherwinski in this next installment of The Road to Macstock on Chuck Joiner’s MacVoices Podcast!
The Road to Macstock rolls on with a conversation with Wally Cherwinski about his presentation on iPhoneography. Wally talks about why the iPhone has become his go-to video camera, and shows off some of his latest favorite gear.