Take pictures or videos from your phone or camera of your summer recreation with your friends and family. Some ideas would be hiking trips, river rafting, family reunions, biking trips, learning workshops, etc. Come to the library with your photos or videos and load them onto an iPad. Learn how to edit your video and pictures, add sound effects, music beats or instrumental music; flash drives provided. The program will be split into two sessions. The first session will be picking videos or photos to use for your project and planning your music and sound effects on a storyboard. The second session will be used to put the project together and take home your finished product. The movie or slide show will give you great memories of the summer of 2019.
People can form teams of 2-3 for each video project. The video should be 1 to 2 minutes long. The library only has iPads available so if you have your own device with video editing software on it, you can bring it. Each session will be held from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24 and Saturday, Sept. 7. I will also talk about how this new skill can lead to a career in the field of video editing. This program is coordinating with The Glacier Peak Institute and The Darrington Outdoor Club.