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Baby Steps 3: Producing a Compelling Story 

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Webinar Description 

The third webinar in the Baby Steps webinar series will show you how to capture a great story. We'll cover the production of video, from good lighting, the right equipment, and how to set up a good shot for capturing those little footsteps.

Get the ins and outs of video production so you can capture the moments you want and end up with a final video that meets your needs.

This is the third webinar in the Baby Steps webinar series, which is part of the Baby Steps Competition to engage caregivers, family members, and early childhood educators in answering the question "What do you do with your kids?" We hope to provide organizations and individuals with the skills and know-how to create video stories for this competition and to expand your organization's ability to achieve your mission.

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Speaker Information 

Kim Tong is the Early Childhood Coordinator at the California Academy of Sciences. She manages the Early Explorers Cove, a hands-on activity room designed for children ages 0 to 5 years and their caregivers, as well as the staff who monitor the space. Prior to joining the California Academy of Sciences, Kim worked as a preschool teacher.

Tristan Hanson, Staff Video Producer at See3 Communications, uses her passion for public policy and great storytelling to bring non-profit stories to life for See3's clients. She’s recently produced videos for the Greater Chicago Food Depository, Union of Concerned Scientists, National Immigrant Justice Center, and American Association of Endodontists. Alongside her work at See3, she is the Associate Producer for the feature documentary Almost There at Kartemquin Films.