Frome Film and Video Club invites people to learn how to add movie magic to home videos
EVER recorded a family video but don't know how to edit it? Or are you a wannabe Hollywood film producer?
Then Frome Film and Video Club invites you to an open evening next week.
Spokesman Ernie McKenna said the club would like to attract more members and aims to help families get the best out of their recordings.
Mr McKenna said: "Our aim is to encourage the art of film making but also to teach our members to get the best from their cameras and turn their family recordings into a more enjoyable experience."
The open evening will be held on Thursday, October 3, at Frome Canoe Club, in the Market Yard car park.
Mr McKenna said: "We will have a team of our best film makers on hand to answer queries regarding your equipment and can help you sort out all the buttons and gizmos.
"If you are thinking of buying a camera then maybe we can offer some unbiased advice on which kit would suit you best.
"If you already use a video camera, iPad, iPhone or DSLR and would like to know more about how to achieve the best from your equipment or how to edit, add music and effects or would just like to join some like-minded people then why not come along, it is completely free."
Visitors are asked to bring along their camera and any leads and most importantly the instruction book.
There will also be a chance to chat about camera techniques to improve footage.
Refreshments will also be available and the event begins at 7.30pm.
For more information contact club chairman Trevor Biggs on 01373 465252, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.