Video Essentials for Photographers.
2-Day workshop that goes through all the tools that a photographer will need in order to make the transition from stills to motion video.
- When: Dec 1, 2012
- Where: School of Visual Arts • 133/141 West 21st Street • New York • NY • 10011
- Price: $400
Dates: 2-day Workshop
Saturday and Sunday (12/1 – 12/2 2012) from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Code: Coming Soon
This workshop is designed for photographers who are making the transition into digital cinema. We will cover the essential selections of cameras, lenses, external monitors, follow focus units, fluid heads, support rigs, memory cards and hard drives. We will also discuss audio and constant lighting solutions. The similarities and differences of shooting still photographs and videos will be looked at as we explore resolution, file formats and file types. The business aspects of filmmaking will also be taught including filmmaking terms, shooting techniques and responsibilities of crewmembers.
This year, PDN Magazine published what we consider the “13 Products you need to add HD Video to your business.” (You might need the password “tutorials” to download the file.) The article is also available on PDN’s May print issue. If you are new to Video, this list is a great place to start.
Features & Info
The School of Visual Arts (main building) is located at 209 East 23rd Street between Second and Third avenues on Manhattan's East Side. Located across the street from DaVinci Artist Supply.
Getting there by Subway
6 to 23rd Street and Park Ave. R, N to 23rd Street and Broadway. F, V to 23rd Street and 6th Ave. 1 to 23rd Street and 7th Ave. C, E to 23rd Street and 8th Ave. PATH Trains from New Jersey stop at 6th Ave.
Getting there by Bus
Downtown M11 bus on Ninth Avenue Uptown M20 bus on Eight Avenue Crosstown M23 bus (stops at Eighth and Ninth Avenues)
Thanks so much for all of your helpful insight into the “scary” world of video. With your easy going style, and meticulous attention to detail, you made what I considered a huge leap into video seem more like a small step.