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  1. Hey everyone, I've been looking for a solid, hands-on introductory class for a while now and I'm looking for some advice, recommendations, tips, things to look (out) for. The program should give me a foundation on which I can build for the coming years. I want to learn the tools and craft, not how to use a particular camera. I've found three solid options so far, and they are: 1- Maine Media Workshops (Maine, USA): 10 week intensive cinematography workshop. PROS: Asked around and this program is definitely solid with some world class instructors. CONS: Extremely expensive. (16k)
  2. Hi, I'm going to work in a short film, about a group of blue collar man, train mechanics, that talk around a bonfire in a warehouse, which is a train workshop. I was thinking about the scene, trying to remember scenes from movies or series which a similar aesthetic. What I was thinking, especially with the bonfire, is that the scene could use a little of haze or smog, or mist in the air, which gives more volume to the air around the characters. The only way to do this is with an smog machine, or do you know another method? The idea is that another lights in the warehouse (the motivatio
  3. Hi folks/students/eaters of knowledge I’m holding a workshop for cinematography set lighting. There are two four hour sessions being held at The Cove studio on Markfield Road, Tottenham, London on Saturday 18th August as part of the Fountayne Road Open Warehouse Day. It's aimed at people who haven't had any or little set lighting experience to come and educate their eyes by trying out things for themselves to see what the results are. A set is being specifically built for the workshop and it’s a fantastic opportunity to learn some real set lighting techniques whether for commercials,
  4. Hey everyone, I've been looking for a solid, hands-on introductory class for a while now and I'm looking for some advice, recommendations, tips, things to look (out) for. The program should give me a foundation on which I can build for the coming years. I want to learn the tools and craft, not how to use a particular camera. I've found three solid options so far, and they are: 1- Maine Media Workshops (Maine, USA): 10 week intensive cinematography workshop. PROS: Asked around and this program is definitely solid with some world class instructors. CONS: Extremely expensive. (16k)
  5. Hi, I stopped shooting 4-5 years ago due to a sports injury which lead me to working in another field but now I want to start shooting again and I'm feeling a bit behind in the tech, workflow and rusty in my skills. I'm lucky enough to be visiting LA early next year & I'm looking at the ASC Masterclass. I'm concerned it's not really hands on? Is it? Isn't it? I see they're using the Alexa and going through the most current workflows etc but is it mostly learning through demonstration or are we able to get our hands on the tech, lights & set up some shots? Anyon
  6. Colorlab and Kodak are having a film workshop on October 26th and 27th in Rockville, MD. Randy Tack, cinematographer and lead imaging instructor for Eastman Kodak, will be leading the workshop. Topics covered include 16mm and 35mm cinematography and the motion picture film workflow. Participants will be shooting and screening dailies both on film and digitally. Please pass on the information to anyone you think may be interested. It's FREE, but spots are limited and filling up fast! For more information or to register, go to: http://www.colorlab.com/workshop.html
  7. Hello all! I've been searching the internet for 16mm courses or workshops in Europe for this autumn or next spring. I found these interesting workshops on experimental 16mm work in Australia: http://www.artistfilmworkshop.org/workshops/ Does anybody here know of something similar in Europe? Thanks in advance, Oona
  8. The first of its kind, this workshop on wildlife cinematography is taught by EMMY award winner Robin Cox and Keshav Sishta in conjunction with Field Projects International and Primates Peru in the Amazonian rainforests of Peru. Be one of the first eight applicants to register to receive the early-bird rate ($2400 per person). Enrollment opens: June 8, 2015 at 8 am (Central Standard Time) Unlike any other workshop out there, students will gain exclusive access to expert cinematographers and field biologists at the same time! At the completion of the course, students will enhance their p
  9. MZed Announces 33-City Tour with Tron's Sound Editor Frank Serafine Hearing is our most prominent sense. Unlike the visual, sound is a 360-degree omnipresent experience that surrounds us constantly. On The Sound Advice with Frank Serafine you will be exposed to a comprehensive overview of every role sound plays in a film, web, or broadcast production. Designed for filmmakers, editors, and aspiring sound engineers, this all-day workshop will cover techniques and tools that will expand your skills and give you a solid foundation for the effective use of studio in all your projects.
  10. Masterclass with Steven Poster, ASC - Donnie Darko Don't miss this conversation! Seating is limited & lunch is included. Saturday, November 15 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM Following a screening of Donnie Darko, cinematographer Steven Poster, ASC will present an overview of his collaboration with visionary director Richard Kelly and deconstruct key scenes from the film. Poster will also deep dive into his projects and inspirations, and share his secrets about how to persevere and flourish in the film business across many years. register here: http://bit.ly/1tJvE3e
  11. I hope it's okay to post about this here. I saw a few questions about filmmaking workshops. Website: http://www.shooteditlearn.com 2014 Speakers: Bonnie Curtis (Saving Private Ryan, Minority Report, A.I. Artificial Intelligence) Shane Hurlbut, ASC (Need for Speed, Terminator Salvation, We Are Marshall) Alex Buono (DP SNL Film Unit, Green Street Hooligans) Andy Baker ( SVP/Group Creative Director Nat Geo Channels) Ryan Connolly (Film Riot) Salomon Ligthelm Joe Simon Khalid Mohtaseb Joe Sciacca Joel Edwards (From shooteditlearn.com) Why Should You Choose Masters in Motion? We may
  12. Lighting Workshop in LA: Are you working on a new project and want to hone your lighting or camera skills with a DSLR camera? Come to our next LA workshop with ASC Award Winning cinematographer Andrew Russo to sharpen your skills: https://creatorup.com/cinematography-workshop
  13. Advanced Cinematography Workshop with Peter Stein Saturday, May 18th Here is the info: * Learn techniques for achieving flashlight effects for scenes. * Participants will light a dramatic night scene at the workshop. * Announcing New Door Prize: All Attendees will be entered in drawing. One winner will receive a Steadicam Smoothee with mounts for iPhone 4/4S & Go Pro Hero! * Pre-registration required. Sign up today. REGISTER ONLINE: http://www.studentfilmmakers.com/store/product.php?productid=18202 Workshop Topics Include: * Discussion and Analysis: Flashlight effects
  14. Hi everyone! I just moved to New York, and I'm working as a cinematographer at the moment (mainly assisting, but I had a few projects where I did the cinematography on my own). I wish to learn more about lighting with low budget. Because of the financial crisis, a lot of the projects lately have a very small budget, and I want to be able to learn better how to work with this. Can anyone recommend me a good workshop (or something like that) where I can learn this? Share your experiences with me! :D Thanks a lot!
  15. Join me in a workshop I am teaching on Feb. 16th titled "Lighten Up: Doing More with Less without Compromise." The subject is how to get the most out of todays lighting instruments. The poor Power Factor of HMIs, Kinos, & LEDs have been vexing set electricians for years. For more information about the adverse effects these loads can have on generators and power distribution systems, and how to remedy them so that you can operate bigger, or more small, lights on portable generators or house power than has ever been possible before take this workshop. As part of the same workshop
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