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#1 Mitch Gross

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 10:08 AM

Andy Shipsides and I are hitting the road on our first mini-tour of workshops. Next week we are partnering with Midtown Video in Miami to present workshops on cameras, optics, workflow and lighting. These are versions of the classes we offer in our New York and Los Angeles offices, with tons of practical information without hype or manufacturer marketing. Space is limited but there are still a few seats remaining for these classes.

We start on July 28st, with the "Digital Cinema Workshop".
This full day workshop is designed to familiarize participants with the latest camera technology and workflows. The first part of the day is focused on helping you choose the right tools for your next job. We will showcase the latest cameras, explain HD compression, and discuss lens choice. The second part of the day is focused on advanced digital cinema techniques and on set workflows. Working with Log footage, using scopes, and applying LUTs will all be topics covered.

Additional information here:
http://training.abel...wn-video-miami/


On July 29rd I'll also be leading the day-long workshop "The Hows and Whys of Lighting".
A technician knows tools and how they function. An artist understands what he or she would like to achieve and why. A craftsman comprehends both. The first part of the workshop begins with the basic properties of light and then moves into the physical fixtures and light sources within them. Part two expands upon styles and motivations of lighting practice, moving into practical examples and participatory workshops.

Additional information here:
http://training.abel...wn-video-miami/


We plan to do this more often in more locations and with other topics. If you are interested in workshops on any topics in your area please let us know.


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