Tips and Tricks for Shooting Pro Video
What You'll Learn
If you'd like to know some cool tips on how to get the most out of your video camera, along with learning some cool lighting tricks, it's time to set yourself apart from the amateurs with professional audio, lighting, and production techniques! This workshop emphasizes real-world filmmaking skills to make your work look and sound better.
We'll start with a hard look at the gear today's independent filmmaker needs, and how to use each item in the production kit effectively. We'll discuss solid pre-production strategies so you don't have to fix it in post, followed by a live demo of lighting a professional-looking interview. You'll get loads of tips and tricks for getting great shots in the field, and even advice on how to acquire gear on a budget!
This workshop will also cover:
- Microphone choices & placement
- On-location lighting options
- Renting vs. buying equipment
- Different camera choices
- Tape vs Tapeless
- Composition, exposure, and color balance
Please note that this is not a beginning lighting workshop.
Who Should Take This
Beginning to intermediate videographers who want to improve their shooting skills. If you don't feel fully comfortable with your video camera, you should take Digital Video Camera & Lighting Basics first.
Presented By Bruce Borowsky
Bruce Borowsky has worked with People Productions in Boulder for over ten years as producer, director, cameraman, editor, and lighting director for a wide variety of commercial projects. He turned from professional still photographer to filmmaker in 1988 after working with adventure photographer Galen Rowell. Once in Boulder, Bruce produced the national television series The Climbing Show. His award-winning 2003 documentary, 18 days, 16 hours, detailing his trans-Atlantic race in a 72-foot sailboat, illustrates his vast experience shooting in unlikely places, whether in the midst of a hurricane or hanging off a rock ledge in Yosemite.
BDA Members: $59.00
Early Registration Discount Applied
You will save $10.00 by registering before midnight on 12/12/2014. Applies to the next scheduled date only.
Great info, knowledgeable instructor with non-technical explanations.GilRead All Comments