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Corporate Video Training

Steve Lunam, Photographer, Fairfax Media

Video Camera Training

Video in business - developing in-house expertise

Video is a powerful communication tool, and training can develop the in-house skills needed to create high quality video and deliver it as multi-platform content. Grab its potential, so your team can use their imagination to produce messages with the professional polish that your clients will take seriously. PDV is based in Sydney and can deliver training in other centres.

  • Deliver professional video for marketing & product launches
  • Record important company milestones, events and activities
  • Improve office to office communication between different cities
  • Produce your own training & OHS videos
  • Companies providing staff with additional skills
  • Educational groups wanting latest industry knowledge

Television production companies

If you are a production manager, your production team may be required to shoot video from time to time. It could be additional coverage to support your main camera crew, or perhaps to just shoot some behind-the-scenes footage. Do they have the skills?

Training to help you understand & use video equipment

PDV training covers both technical and creative aspects of delivering great video. It will teach operators to gain control over camera settings, freeing them to explore creative aspects of shooting, knowing that they are getting the best possible video and audio. 

  • Participants will be shown how to setup the camera and take control of only the necesary adjustments. This includes:


    • Setting the right exposure
    • Camera buttons, dials & menus explored
    • Learn about colour balancing and colour settings


    • Capturing the mix of shots that will make a great edit
    • Using the widescreen frame for informative composition
    • Finding the dynamic camera angles to improve coverage

  • Covering events is an integral function of media production units. Topics include:


    • How to use a tripod, fluid head and gimbal
    • How to style dynamic and effective camera moves
    • Using the widescreen frame for informative composition


    • How to record clean & clear audio everytime
    • Great lighting for interviews
    • Finding the best locations for interviews

Regular clients include:

The Reserve Bank of Australia
ABC Television 4 Corners
Fairfax Digital Media Sydney Melbourne 
Southern Star 
SBS Television
Fremantle Media
Coca-Cola Amatil

Department of Defence, Canberra 
Australian National Museum
Australian Federal Police
Australian Film Television & Radio School
XYZ Networks
Granada Television
The Telecommunications Ombudsman

Canon Australia
ANU College of Asia Pacific Studies
Ahi Media Lae PNG
Emap Magazines
Seven Network

Dept of Communications
Ten Network
Destiny Financial Solutions
Sony Australia & New Zealand
Orion Expedition Cruises
Silversea Cruises (USA)



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