Tuesday, September 7, 2010

[MISP] Digital SLR Workshop: High-End/Lo Cost Video Shoots in ABQ!

As part of motion, our annual global industry event for motion graphics, animation, and visual effects, <http://motion.motion.tv>, we will be offering a special full-day hands-on Digital SLR video workshop, on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 - the day immediately following motion.

We will be announcing this event Thursday to our worldwide community, but wanted to give New Mexican's first opportunity to attend.

Space is limited to 20 people.

If you've ever thought about adding cameras like the Canon 5D Mark II, used in FOX's series House MD to your gear, and learning the DSLR post-production workflow, you won't want to miss this workshop.

Registration is NOT available online. If you would like to reserve a seat, send me an email.

thanks,
elaine montoya

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Digital SLR Workshop: High-End/Lo Cost Video Shoots
Richard Harrington, RHED Pixel
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Hotel Andaluz
9:30am-4:00pm
Cost: $199 per person

With the arrival of high-definition video-enabled DSLR cameras, new creative options exist for design professionals unlike anything they've experienced before. 
Here to guide you in a thorough exploration of the DSLR video-making process — from preproduction to post — is an experienced creative director and post production supervisor, Richard Harrington (author of From Still to Motion: A photographer's guide to creating video with your DSLR). Explore options for creating and working with video from your camera, from practical preproduction, essential production techniques and seamless postproduction.

• Explores the entire spectrum of video for DSLR camera owners, with recommendations on gear, lighting, lenses, audio, editing, color correcting, exporting, media management, and more.
• Addresses technical challenges associated with DSLR video, such as camera movement, multiple camera coverage, low-light videography, and synchronized 
• Explores additional creative techniques such as stop motion and time-lapse photography.


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