Get the skills you need to start making the most of your limited lighting budget. Learn how to look at, analyze, and manipulate light, then move on to figuring out how to create a particular look, using the materials at hand. You will learn the need-to-know technical aspects such as basic lamp operation, colour balancing, what ‘three-point lighting’ is really all about, and how not to flip your breakers. This is designed to accommodate different levels of lamp-operating experience: from none-at-all to considerable.
This workshop is geared to:
> Would-be cinematographers/videographers looking for a better handle on the lighting part of the job;
> Directors wanting to improve their ability to communicate their vision to their tech crew;
> DIY video artists who want more control over the ‘look’ of their work;
> Emerging video artists who want to start off on the right foot.
To register email [email protected]
Trinity Square Video’s workshops may be subject to changes in the schedule, instructor, or content. If so, Trinity will refund full workshop payment to participants who are unable to make the rescheduled dates or should the program be cancelled. Workshop registrants will be notified in advance of any changes or cancellations.
Be introduced to the skills you need to start making the most of your limited lighting budget.
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Image Credit: Dean VargasInstructor: Dean Vargas
Dean Vargas has been Directing, Editing and Compositing for 17yrs. Dean heads Motion Pantry, a full service film and video production company located in the 401 Richmond bldg in downtown Toronto. With a passion for Motion Graphics, Dance, Martial Arts, and Food, Dean is always looking for ways to have fun while working hard to make cool stuff. His personal work has shown at Film Festivals such as Reel Asian Film Fest, and his commercial clients represent many large brands and companies locally and globally. Sometimes Dean really just wants to play ping pong.
Location: Trinity Square VideoCategory: Production – TechnicalLevel: MasterMaximum Capacity: 303 hours of instruction in 2 parts$10 /member$20 /nonmember
To Register: email [email protected] .