“Getting the Most out of Your Portable Device in Production”


Media & Studio Arts Symposium

Affecting Change in the World, New Tools for Media Creation and Performance

Pocket Production: Getting the Most out of Your Portable Device in Production

February 14, 2018 | 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Ryan N. Wilcox, Media Consultant, Duderstadt Center, University of Michigan

Description: The best camera you can possibly have is one you have on hand when you need it. The Pocket Production workshop at the Duderstadt Center is an instructional lecture that shows best practices for using your mobile device to capture the best quality sound and picture. The workshop goes over camera techniques, lighting, composition of shots, incorporating sound, and how to approach creating a story. These practices also can be applied to any camera you choose to use for your production, whether it be a phone, DSLR, video camera or studio camera. This workshop can occur in most any room with a projector and sound system.

Presenter Bio:

Ryan is here to help with your media needs. As a Media Consultant at the Duderstadt Center, he is available to meet with and discuss your projects. If you have an idea that involves, video, film, sound or animation. He can meet with you to determine what work needs to be done to complete such a task, as well as discuss how the resources at the Dude can be utilized to meet the needs of your project. He is an Apple certified expert in Final Cut Pro, and has over 25 years experience in Video and film production. Ryan has also helped to pick out equipment for facilities on campus who are looking to create media for their facility as well. Looking to make a podcasting facility, Ryan is your man. Looking to make the perfect demo reel to show off your talents. He can help you see this through from script to screen.