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duckrabbit photofilm training for Communications & PR professionals

“Duckrabbit were thorough, approachable, collaborative and knowledgeable, and this shone through in their work with us. The training was exceptional.” Jeremy Cherfas, Bioversity International

We have recently launched a new three-day photofilm workshop for Communications and PR professionals.  This workshop, for a maximum of six people, will give you the practical knowledge and skills needed to produce high quality and compelling multimedia productions that tell your story, enabling you to reach your audience through mass and social media channels, whether your objective is advocacy, fundraising or marketing

We’ll take participants through the entire production process, from identifying suitable stories, planning the shoot, gathering broadcast quality audio and photography through to post-production and completion of the project. Duckrabbit training is all about practical learning, and participants will work together in groups (2-3) to produce a short draft photofilm.

The next course is on 21-23 November in Central London.  So do get in touch if you’d like to book a place. For further information on the course click here.

Here is one of the groups from our last workshop; Jessica Barry from ICRC and Nora Capozio from Bioversity International, in action, getting the material for their photofilm in this magical toy shop in London’s Covent Garden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

But don’t take our word for it.  Here are just a few of the comments we’ve had from past trainees:

  • “Before doing this training I felt I could have a decent stab at recording audio in the Congo. I now know that it would have taken some sort of miracle for me to get really useful audio. I now have the tools to come back with something a bit special. Thank you.” Robin Meldrum, Publications Officer, Medicins Sans Frontieres
  • “I left the duckrabbit course full of enthusiasm and confidence. It must have worked because only my second attempt at producing a photofilm made the front page of the Guardian website.” Emma Wigley, Interactive Media Officer, Christian Aid
  • “I learnt an incredible amount in a short space of time. It was informal and fast paced at the right times and more importantly it was really enjoyable.” Phil Catchpole, British Council
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