We are working on something completely new.
On the 27th of May we will be doing a first “test” broadcast live from our studio in our “Digital classroom” series.
The idea behind the digital classroom is that a lot of people love our BTS and seminar videos but might not always be able to visit the workshops but do want some more information than we can give in the videos. That’s where the digital classroom comes in, this is a very interactive learning experience that you can actually steer with your questions and comments, see it as being part of the shoot and you can ask questions and have your input.
Is it a workshop?
NO, the workshops are of course way more interactive and will discuss other topics, which are not really suitable for an online broadcast because they need much more explanation and interaction with the group, however the digital classroom will be a perfect “in between” product, you can see the whole shoot we are doing (including retouching) plus you can interact with our team via social media.
How can you interact?
Very simple, we will be monitoring our twitter feed, just use the hashtag (#)DCroomFD and we will try to incorporate your questions into the photoshoot.
We will be using two different camera angles in our studio from 4K cameras to guarantee the best possible performance in low light and a few webcams will be used for overview shots, at the moment we will be broadcasting in 720P via a satellite internet connection because we are still waiting for a solid fiber connection in our area.
WOW is this free?
As you can imagine this is a very costly part of our services we offer you guys, but thanks to our partners we can offer the digital classroom totally free for you to enjoy. At the moment our partners are our friends at Rogue and BenQ.
Where do I register?
Registration is very simple, just surf to http://www.frankdoorhof.com/web/digital-classroom-live-may-27/ and click the join button when the broadcast starts, it’s as easy as that. Now as you can see we call this first one a TEST broadcast. We tested everything of course and everything seems to work, but this is the longest we will be online and we want to make sure everything is working 100% before we call it a real broadcast, but trust me… this will be a real broadcast of course (we just want a safety net if something goes wrong beyond our reach).
So join us for the first ever digital classroom broadcast and start learning with FrankDoorhof.com