Falmouth Community Television, in addition to its core curriculum of television production classes, is offering one-session workshops in October covering DSLR Filming, Social Media for Modern Promotion, and Crowdfunding.

“DSLR Filming” takes place on Thursday, October 17, from 6 to 8 PM. This one-session class guides participants through the setup and operation of DSLR cameras for video production. The instruction includes proper lens selection, choosing appropriate settings, determining the depth of field, light adjustments, audio recording and more. The course is free for FCTV members and is $35 for non-members.

“Social Media For Modern Promotion” takes place on Monday, October 28, from 6 to 8 PM. In this one-session class, participants learn how to maximize their online presence via social media in this one-session seminar. Topics included cover Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and other emerging social media tools. There is a $15 fee for FCTV members and $30 for non-members.

“Crowdfunding” takes place on Thursday, October 31 from 6 to 8 PM. This one-session seminar guides participants through creating an engaging crowdfunding campaign. This class covers setting up an account, producing a pitch video, creating incentives and promoting the campaign via social media. The course is $15 for FCTV members and $50 for non-members.

FCTV offers a full catalog of workshops and courses in video production, computers, and the internet. For a complete listing of FCTV’s curriculum, visit www.fctv.org.

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