This class is for anyone who wants to learn about the different types of digital and analog video outputs, timecode, genlock, remote control, and audio inputs. Devoted to camera inputs and outputs, this class will familiarize participants with the many types of digital and analog video outputs, along with timecode, genlock, remote control, and audio inputs. Learn about camera monitoring, and how to effectively use your camera in a multi-camera environment. Topics also include the use of external recorders, SDI specifics, and external audio syncing. Different camera systems will be demonstrated throughout the class.
This workshop is for digital cinematographers and aspiring digital cinematographers who want to learn the use of waveforms and vectorscopes on set. It covers the use of waveforms and vectorscopes on set. The workshop also demonstrates the use of many other tools used by modern digital cinematographers, including false color, zebra lines, and histograms. Waveforms & Vectorscopes is designed to give both a technical and practical knowledge of how these tools are used. As part of this process, the workshop will also include a live demonstration of matching two different camera systems using scopes.
Camera Matching & Painting
This class is for those who want to learn the methods and tools used to match cameras. When working on a multi-camera production it is vital to have all of your cameras calibrated and matched to each other. Camera matching is important step when working in a live production environment where live cutting occurs. But it can be just as important in non-live production scenarios where unmatched cameras can lead to more post color correction time. This workshop demonstrates the methods and tools used to match cameras. Focus will be on white / black shading, camera painting controls, matrix adjustment, and paint box remote control.
Raw, Log & Uncompressed
Many of today's latest cameras offer Log & Raw recording modes, giving extended dynamic range and versatility in post. However, shooting in Log & Raw presents many challenges both in the field and in the post-production process. This class is an introduction to Log & Raw recording and its applications. Participants will be presented with technical and aesthetic implications of shooting in different Log & Raw modes, and discussions will be part theory and part practical application. We will discuss different camera formats, demonstrate methods for exposing, and explore post production tools used to give the best results. This level is for Beginners and Intermediate.
MoVI Intensive Workshop
You'll learn the technical aspects as well as the craft and philosophy behind the MVI system. This two-day course is an intensive, hands-on class designed to fully immerse an experienced camera operator in all of the knowledge necessary to use the Freefly MVI.