How to make videos: Advisers behind the camera


Michael Hernandez explains how to do video at KEMPA Winter Advisers’ Seminar, March 4-5.
~Photos by Hank Koshollek

by Linda Barrington, MJE

Making videos is fun, but time-consuming, advisers learned at the KEMPA Winter Advisers’ Seminar, March 4-5. With only five minutes to film and 10 minutes to edit, teachers stressed out in what was a first attempt at video for many. Michael Hernandez pushed them so they would understand firsthand how important it is to plan what you are going to do first.
Aaron in camera

Kurt Hornby from Wausau East High School takes video of Appleton North adviser, Aaron Ramponi.


Laura Streyle horiz

Laura Streyle, newsmagazine adviser at Stoughton High School is caught in a candid moment by adviser Karen Frank from Stillman Valley High School.

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Justina Plemon reviews her video. She advises the newspaper at New Richmond High School.

Next year’s seminar will feature Sarah Nichols, MJE, JEA vice-president, who will focus her presentation on media advising and curriculum.  Dates: March 3-4, 2017   Place:  Lake Lawn Resort