DCBX has partnered with Social Dance TV. As many of you know they have over 473K followers on Instagram. The exposure will be great for DCBX 12 Virtual as well as for you!
Please follow these instructions carefully!
1) Shoot 2x 30-second videos
2) Video is to be shot Vertically 4:5 aspect
3) 1st Video
Invite your fans to DCBX 12 Virtual
you can paraphrase but here is the basic idea!
This is “Your Name” and I would like to invite you to DCBX 12 Virtual Festival July 28-August 3. This is the biggest Virtual Latin Dance Festival in the World, celebrating Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba & Zouk. Go to DCBXvirtual.com for your passes.
Shoot a 30-60 second video of you dancing.
5)Click on the link up top to submit your file. We will get confirmation from our team once the file is received.
Here are the requirements for your workshop.
1) All workshops need to be 45 minutes in length.
0-40 Minutes of Teaching (Remember even though you are teaching to a screen many people around the world will be watching! So ENERGY ENERGY ENERGY!
40-45 Minutes Review the move to music & if you would like to do a demo feel free!
2) They need to be shoot in 1 continuous 45-minute video.
So please only send 1 file.
3)All video files must meet the following specifications:
4) Click on the link up top to submit your file. We will get confirmation from our team once the file is received.
IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER 😀
5) Remember during the video to Welcome everyone to DCBX 12 Virtual Festival
-Mention DCBX 12 Virtual Festival (2-3x)
-Remind everyone that you are on the chat answering any questions as the class is airing
-Remind them you will answer specific questions in the Q&A after the workshop is completed.
- Try to find a place that is not too busy with a lot of furniture or distractions for the person watching.
- Lighting can be natural light from a window or professional lighting.
- Make sure to focus your camera
VIDEO FILE TYPES
All video files must meet the following specifications:
- MOV / MP4
- If you have a microphone use it!
- Make sure there is not a lot of background noise.
- Make sure you test your audio to make sure the sound is okay. Record 1 minute of the workshop and listen to it.
GETTING THE RIGHT SHOT
- Make sure you can see your entire body including your feet.
- Make sure there is a little room above and below so your head and or feet are not cut off.