If you are new to shooting video, then attending the NAB NY training Workshop: Small-To-No-Crew: Cinematic Video Lighting may be your door to better imagery.
If you are a novice videographer attending NAB New York this year, one of the best days to spend at the show is in a workshop on small to no-crew lighting. Video is made up of three parts: lighting, composition and camera movement. For most newcomers, lighting is the most difficult to master (but all three must work together as a cohesive whole). This workshop can solve that problem.
On Wednesday, Oct. 17, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Jem Schofield of theC47 and other guest instructors will take attendees through a how-to class on lighting for documentary, in-house and corporate based projects. This one-day field workshop explains the process of planning and lighting using largely low-key, cinematic techniques.
The class will feature lighting, lighting control, composition and camera set-ups to teach users how to illuminate a wide range of projects. It will also discuss and demonstrate certain "rules" that can be followed to help videographers consistently shoot excellent looking and natural one and two camera interviews.
Jem Schofield is producer, director, DP and educator at the C47, New York.
The workshop will be delivered at a studio in NYC (TBD), in a conversational style that will allow Jem to work effectively with his crew (including attendees), while still teaching process and craft. It will be held on an actual, working set.
Topics covered will include project planning, how to effectively bounce, block, cut and diffuse light sources; camera and lens choices; one and two camera set-ups; and working effectively as a small crews.
The target audience for the workshop are novice directors of photography, camera operators, producers, directors and anyone that wants to understand how to successfully work in modern, small crew corporate production environments.
Jem Schofield teaches courses with Lynda.com like cinematic video lighting and advanced cinematic video lighting. TheC47, which he founded, is all about video production and filmmaking. It was started in 2009 by Schofield, who is a producer, director, DP and educator.
TheC47 also has a dedicated YouTube Channel focused on content related to the craft of video production and filmmaking. Topics relate to production and what Jem is doing as a producer, DP, product designer, educator and all around curious tinkerer. It covers camera, lighting, composition, camera movement, lighting control and anything else that interests him that is related to production that has educational value.
NAB New York individual workshops are $585 each, but can be bundles with others.
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