Adam Rohrmann is a director with over 10 years of experience in video production. He has directed more than 100 KelbyOne online training classes, in addition to independent short films, music videos, documentaries, and commercials. Adam is an expert on video gear and using that gear to turn a concept on paper into reality at an on-location shoot. He's a certified Steadicam operator, and is well-versed in all aspects of video production. Adam has produced training videos with some of the top names in the industry, including Joe McNally, Moose Peterson, and Scott Kelby. He's been tapped for productions worldwide, shooting in places like Paris and Africa. His favorite instructor of all time is Jay Maisel. As a Full Sail University graduate, he learned production from industry leaders in film and video. Over the past decade, he's developed his own style and method that's resulted in some of the very best content that you see on KelbyOne.com today.
with Adam Rohrmann
Get a behind the scenes look at what it takes to shoot a music video! Join Adam Rohrmann as he walks you through every step in the process of creating a music video. From coming up with an initial concept to editing the final piece, you'll be see how Adam worked with the band, collaborated with his crew, chose his gear, captured footage of the band playing, shot story elements on green screen, and completed his post-production workflow to create the music video. Even if you aren't interested in shooting a music video this class will teach you the importance of timing, how to pull emotion from a viewer with both visuals and sound, and overall how to be creative with your DSLR.
DSLR Filmmaking: Shooting a Music Video close
with Adam Rohrmann
Attention aspiring filmmakers! There's a lot more to camera rigs than just providing support for your camera. In this class our very own filmmaker extraordinaire Adam Rohrmann takes you through the technical how-to aspects of six of the most common camera supports used in DSLR filmmaking, and then brings it all home in a series of lessons designed to give you a camera operator's-eye view of how each rig can be used to elicit a different emotion in your viewer through the production of a short film scripted for this class. Adam's practical approach gives you a real world perspective on how to use each rig, how to keep your subject locked in sharp focus, and the importance of using camera motion with attention to the emotional impact it has on your audience.