Intermediate DSLR Video Hands-On
What You'll Learn:
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
Who Should Take This:
Filmmakers who are comfortable using a DSLR camera for basic video and are ready to take their skills to the next level. We recommend taking Introduction to DSLR Video first.
Presented By Brian Brown
PLEASE REGISTER at the BDA website. $139 for BDA Members, $159 for Non-Members
Tuesday June 30th, 2015 6-9pm.