The Anderson Public Library is proud to announce a brand new space to record videos or take studio quality still photos.
Called the Maker Space Studio, the new area is available to all adult members of the library who are interested in using a studio setting without needing to purchase studio equipment. Lights, backdrops, cameras, and microphones are available to use to create a captive short video or take creative photos.
The studio is best used for many kinds of short videos and still photos. Creations like promotional videos or graduation photos are great options for the studio. It is the perfect space for digitally creative members of the library.
To reserve the studio, please stop by the library or email Justin at firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks before needing the studio. The studio is available on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and a certification class is required before using the studio. Library staff members will set up the studio but will not be able to record or take photos for members.
For more information about the Maker Space along with a complete list of available equipment, click here. You can also watch a video showcasing the studio below: