Boulder Digital Arts presents Intermediate DSLR Video Hands-On!
Unless you've been under the proverbial rock for the last few years, you've heard that video-capable DSLRs are creating a firestorm in the film and broadcasting communities for their ability to shoot footage similar to that of 35mm motion-picture film.
In this intermediate-level hands-on class, we will cover everything you need to take shooting video with a DSLR camera to the next level. We will explore the techniques and tricks to create properly-lit and exposed interviews with affordable lighting options and double-system sound.
This class will cover:
- Using a DSLR camera like a 35mm motion film camera rather than an HD video camera
- How to use a camera's histogram and RGB meters to give accurate exposure and white balance
- Using vintage (i.e. affordable) lenses on a modern DSLR
- Creating good methodologies for double-system sound
- Some very important - gotchas - in capturing video with still cameras and lenses
- Using basic and off-the-shelf lighting solutions, like tungsten. fluorescent, and LEDs
Filmmakers who are comfortable using a DSLR camera for basic video and are ready to take their skills to the next level. We recommend takingIntroduction to DSLR Video first.
Presented by Brian Brown
Monday December 7th, 6-9pm
Cost: $159 Non-Members/ $139 BDA Members
Location: Boulder Digital Arts - 1600 Range Street Suite 100 Boulder, CO 80301