OVFM Club Meeting Tuesday April 24th 2012


What is “aperture”?

What does altering the shutter speed do?

How do I deal with the problem of over exposed light?

Should I use my camera’s mic or an external one?

Why did my wife leave me?

All of these questions are common in the world of amateur film making and for some they remain unanswered. but not here at OVFM as we have our annual Master Class!!

At our next club meeting our team of keen knowledgeable know-it-alls will be taking your questions on the subject of film making from all stages of the process from the preparation stages to the final edit. With many years of experience behind them and numerous film credits to their names, our panel – Chris “Cats” Coulson”, Reg “Bomber” Lancaster and Professor Mike Shaw (along with anyone else brave enough to put their reputations on the line) – will share with us well filled cups of advice and answers from that huge barrel of knowledge and experience.

Well, that’s the plan anyway.

So if you have a question that has been bugging you or there’s something that you can never get right in your filmmaking projects and you don’t know where to turn then bring that bugging question with you on Tuesday to the meeting and put it to our panel and they’ll do their best to answer it otherwise they’ll be forced to go home with their heads hung low.

And don’t forget the OVFM guarantee – your questioned answered or your money back!*

See you on Tuesday


*Not a real guarantee.


7 Replies to “OVFM Club Meeting Tuesday April 24th 2012”

  1. Again a well written article Lee. It should bring forth a load of questions for the panel.

  2. I wish I had a lot of questions to put to the boffins. But what I usually need is a one-to-one on my computer with handson my problem. Sorry, Lee, I’m a bit of a dummy

  3. A very informative night I’m sure you will agree.

    And rather surprisingly pretty much all of the questions I used as examples in the above preview were asked.

    I’ve come away with some new things to try with my camera and I hope everyone else has too, so a big thanks to Chris, Mike, Reg and John Epton for sharing their knowledge and expertise with us noobs! πŸ™‚

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