Videographer

Official Videographer for Leeds Global Experiences

Are you passionate about videography? Are you always the one taking pictures anywhere you go? Do you have a high quality camera? If all this is true and you are going to participate in a Leeds Global Initiative program, then you should apply to be the Official Videographer for your program. Listed below are the requirements that need to be fulfilled in order to maintain your status as the official videographer for your program and receive a $100 scholarship towards your program's cost!

This is a great example of the kind of business visits and cultural shots we are looking for:

Students Responsibilities

  • Students must have a professional level/high quality camera for both photos and video.
  • Must have prior knowledge/passion for photography and videography.
  • Students must submit their best 100 photos from their experience.
  • Students will work to create a 2 – 3 minute promotional video using their footage from the experience with the Leeds Global Initiatives Advisor & Manager upon return to from the program.

Video & Photos

  • Photos must be high resolution, good lighting & composition, etc.
  • Video should be well composed, good lighting, not shaky, at least 15 – 20 seconds for each clip
  • Photo and Video taken should include the following:
     
    • Company visits:
      • Speakers, students listening to speakers, students asking questions, tour guides
      • student team presentations, individual student presenting (if applicable)
      • student sampling, testing products
      • company products, company logo, assembly line
      • Leeds welcome sign
      • group photos-students and faculty with company representatives
      • company reps. interacting with students/faculty/staff
         
    • Cultural Differences – show the major differences between foreign country and USA
       
    • Miscellaneous: city landscape, city streets, locals, monuments, meals, modes of transportation, shop/restaurant facades, and local flora and fauna.
       
    • Group Shots – staged or unstaged shots of the students at landmarks, company visits, hotel
       
    • Interviews – students reactions, professor’s vision for the trip, etc.
       
    • Free time: Dining, dancing, karaoke, shopping, being silly, touring, students interacting with each other (e.g., teams working on their projects), and students interacting with locals.