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  1. Hi! Met Film School in London has got these two weekend-courses that I would love to recommend (filmmaking). The school is located ten minutes walking distance from the station: Ealing Broadway. The famous studio "Ealing studios" is right next to the school. Maybe you can meet up with Daniel Radcliffe after school? Never done anything with filmmaking before? Then you should apply for the course: DSLR for professional filmmaking. It is a weekend course that is designed for those with a working understanding of the principals of cinematography or stills photography that want to apply this knowledge specifically to shooting with digital SLR cameras. You will learn how to get the best from a DSLR camera and how to make use of a selection of accessories specifically designed for video shootings on stills cameras. Through a range of creative exercises you will discover the pros and cons of working with these systems and how to avoid some of the most common pitfalls. Done some filmmaking before? Do you want something more advanced? You should apply for our course: Advanced DSLR for professional filmmaking. This course is designed for students who have previously completed the DSLR for professional filmmaking course, or those with an extensive DSLR and/or cinematography background. This programme covers areas from focus and operating, to sound sync and postproduction workflows. The aim of this programme is to provide you with the fundamental knowledge to shoot and finish DSLR video footage to its highest standard. Apply now on their website: http://www.metfilmschool.co.uk/
  2. Hello cinematographers, I'm looking around for creative projects or competitions to do on the weekend. The vimeo weekend challenge is a great exercise but I'm looking for something with more direction and maybe a prize pool. Post your suggestions or any competitions you know of.
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