- Still and video content creators should check out the Photo+Video Lab and its meetups, demos and workshops at NAB Show New York.
- Photo+Video Lab participants can learn how AI can up their photography and videography as well as improve their post workflows. Use registration code AMP05 for your free pass.
- Led by industry pros, sessions also include in-depth looks at how to build your own mobile or home studio from the ground up;
- Showcasing stories about New York, the winner of the “Empire State of Mind” photo competition will be announced, along with a presentation of the case study of the participants.
- Through the lens of her latest collaboration with Fujifilm, director of photography Sarah Whelden will lead a pair of organic discussions about productivity, performance and morale.
NAB Show New York‘s newest show floor attraction connects photography and video and offers opportunities for professionals working in both disciplines to connect and learn from each other.
The Photo+Video Lab is designed for “all who leverage a hybrid mix of equipment to capture and produce content” and is also perfect for those who want to learn videography or photography.
This lab will offer workshops, Q&A sessions, photowalks, demos of Fujifilm and Adorama products, meetups and more:
The Mobile Creator Lifestyle: Your Studio On-the-Go
Wednesday, October 25 | 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Join Frederick Van Johnson, founder and editor-in-chief of the This Week in Photo (TWiP) podcast network, as he explores a contemporary approach to mobile content creation in this insightful session. Discover how he effortlessly crafts high-quality videos, engaging courses, and captivating podcasts using a laptop, tablet, or smartphone. It’s time to break free from the conventional home office setup!
In this session, you’ll gain insights into the essential hardware to support a mobile lifestyle, the best software options and how to utilize them, a comprehensive production workflow from inception to completion, strategies for publishing and sharing your content effectively, and much more. You can watch his video, “Making Content as a Mobile Creator,” here.
Cultivating Community and Collaboration
Wednesday, October 25 | 1:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Join director of photography Sarah Whelden in an organic discussion about productivity, performance and morale. Through the lens of her latest collaboration with Fujifilm, and drawing on her decade of experience DPing narrative features, commercials and documentaries, Sarah discusses consensus, setting a vibe and navigating communication with everyone on set at various career stages. You can watch her introductory video here.
Go Pro With AI: New Pipelines Change the Game For Content Creators
Wednesday, October 25 | 2:10 p.m. – 2:40 p.m.
Step into the future of digital asset management with AI and discover how AI can elevate your video and photo game. In this immersive session, featuring XeroSpace XR/Web3 Producer Elena Piech, attendees will experience and explore how AI tools can be integrated into photo and video workflows. Piech will explain how artificial intelligence tools can streamline content organization, efficiently automate editing tasks and even enhance your creative focus.
You’ll explore the transformative capabilities of AI tools in streamlining and enhancing your photography and video workflows. From intelligently organizing and tagging vast image libraries to automating time-consuming editing tasks, AI empowers you to focus on what you love most — capturing breathtaking moments.
Setting up a Simple Home Studio
Wednesday, October 25 | 3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Do you want to set up a home studio but are overwhelmed by the complexity of it all? In this concise presentation, Frederick Van Johnson, founder and editor-in-chief of the This Week in Photo (TWiP) podcast network, will break it down for you and provide a simple, step-by-step approach to get your home studio up and running in no time.
Gain a comprehensive overview that covers all aspects of setting up a home studio, from hardware and software to techniques, scheduling, and more. Whether you’re a budding content creator, musician, podcaster, or someone interested in recording high-quality audio and video, this presentation will give you a practical blueprint to set up your studio quickly and efficiently.
Empire State of Mind: Photo Contest Finale
Thursday, October 26 | 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
“Empire State of Mind presented by Bamboo” is seeking the next great photographer and their creative collaborators to shoot an exclusive creator merch drop. The twist is, the creator will be taking to the streets of NYC for an epic fan-meets-creator photoshoot. On Bamboo, creators will build a collaborative feed with their team to showcase their artistic style.
They can include their chosen collaborators to present their creative, photographic approach to fashion on the streets of New York. The winner will get to lead the merch shoot for the renowned creator, Avori Henderson, and be tagged in the final post by Avori. The exciting journey will be documented and shared on the Bamboo platform and social media. The winner of the contest will receive a cash prize of $4,000 to help fund their creative journey. Learn more about the contest here.
The “Empire State of Mind: Photo Contest Finale” session at NAB Show New York will demonstrate new storytelling techniques, allowing attendees to discover innovative ways to blend visual mediums. The session will also cover social media tools, providing concrete practices for leveraging photos and videos for social media channels, as well as strategies for content monetization and winning methods for crowd-sourcing photo/video projects.
Cultivating Community and Collaboration
Thursday, October 26 | 1:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Reprising her session from Wednesday, October 25, director of photography Sarah Whelden leads an organic discussion about productivity, performance and morale. Through the lens of her latest collaboration with Fujifilm, and drawing on her decade of experience DPing narrative features, commercials and documentaries, Sarah discusses consensus, setting a vibe and navigating communication with everyone on set at various career stages.
This new and exclusive-to-NAB Show New York attraction is for all who leverage a hybrid mix of equipment to capture and produce content. Dive into a full-on immersion into the photo and video world, this integrated workflow experience will allow you to sample the latest tech and gear side-by-side from iconic brands and innovative newcomers.