Digital Filmmaking for Photographers.
We will cover making the transition from still imagery to digital film-making, bringing high production value on projects, and mastering your workflow from beginning to end.
- When: Feb 12, 2013
- Where: New York Public Library - Science Industry and Business Library - 188 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016
- Price: $269.00
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM (EST). Check in 10:00 am.
New York, NY
Photographers who are transitioning to HDSLR cinema will enjoy and greatly benefit from this Workshop. The most common filmmaking terms and shooting techniques will be demystified, and attendees will also learn how to increase the production value of video projects when faced with limited budgets and small crews. Essential gear for audio, lighting, and post-production will be covered.
Upon completion of this Workshop attendees will possess a good understanding of the similarities and differences between stills and motion.
Helpful handouts with valuable resources are included.
Click Here to Register Now! Space is limited.
Concentration Areas: Digital Cinema Workflow, Filmmaking Terms and Techniques, Adobe Premiere Pro.
Level of Expertise: Intermediate to Advanced
Features & Info
The Science Industry and Business Library (SIBL) is located Between East 34th Street and East 35th Street on Madison Ave. The workshop takes place in Room ETC4 on the lower level.
Getting There by Subway
B Train to West 34th Street; walk east along 34th Street to Madison Avenue. 1 Train to Seventh Avenue to West 34th Street (Penn Station); walk east along 34th Street to Madison Avenue. A Train to Eighth Avenue to West 34th Street (Penn Station); walk east along 34th Street to Madison Avenue. 4 Train to Lexington Avenue to Grand Central Station;* (* Wheelchair Accessible) walk west to Madison Avenue and south along Madison Avenue to 34th Street. 6 Train to Lexington Avenue local; to East 33rd Street; walk west along 33rd Street to Madison Avenue and north one block to 34th Street. 7 Train Flushing Line (express or local); to Fifth Avenue; walk south along Fifth Avenue to 34th Street; and east to Madison Avenue. N Train to West 34th Street; walk east along 34th Street to Madison Avenue.
“I arrived the first day with ZERO knowledge about video and was completely intimidated about jumping into the world of video. I had high hopes that your seminar would get me started, but was prepared to be disappointed if that didn’t happen. After two days in your seminar, I have to say, you exceeded my hopes and expectations. I walked away from the first day feeling like the seminar was worth every penny I had paid and was excited and looking forward to day two! I walked away feeling inspired and ready to START shooting video right away. Your enthusiasm, attention to detail, and care in creating a curriculum that was logical and easy to follow, along with your good humor as a teacher are a big part of making the seminar such a huge success.”