The Cinematography Workshop is an independent and free-of-charge film workshop produced and hosted by Moises Perez at California State University Northridge, in Los Angeles County.
The 5th Cinematography Workshop, will be focused on the use of Super 8mm film as a professional image capturing device for artistic and commercial purposes. The analog and organic quality of Super 8mm film works great for High Definition work.
The duration of this workshop is six weeks. We’ll meet Saturdays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm as follows: September 22, 29, October 06, 13, 20, (No class October 27.) Final class meeting is November 03.
The main purpose of this course is to learn how to expose several kinds of film including: B&W, Color, Reversal, Negative, Daylight and Tungsten balanced films. All the necessary equipment such as cameras, tripods, light meters, etc. will be provided. We will be using the Canon 814, 1014E, and the Beaulieu 4008 Super8 film cameras.
Please note that the class is free-of-charge. However, participants must pay for their own film supplies, film stock, processing and HD transfer.
NOTE: THE FILM WORKSHOP IS LIMITED TO 12 PARTICIPANTS ONLY, AND IT IS ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS.
Disclaimer: The CSUN’s Film Workshop is not part of the CSUN’s Film Program. It is produced independently by Moises Perez. For additional information, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Super 8mm Film Workshop at CSUN University
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