Tiffen Offers SteadiCam Gold Workshop in UK

Tiffen International will host a special Steadicam Gold Workshop at the Beaumont conference hotel in Windsor, Berkshire, UK beginning on November 20th 2016

The Gold Workshop is a five and a half day total immersion experience for beginning students to experienced operators wishing to improve their techniques. The larger Steadicam rigs from the Archer2 up to the M-1 will be available for use. The first section of the workshop is based around the Tiffen Steadicam Short Course syllabus then moves to more complex shot building and sophisticated techniques, including the use of vehicles and other moving platforms.

Scenic shooting locations have been chosen to provide appropriate backdrops for training. The accommodation is not optional, and rooms are limited so those interested should book early. Book online here.

Along with several experienced Tiffen Steadicam Instructors/Coordinators, real-world teachers for the workshop include a prestigious list of DP/cinematographers, including: Peter Cavaciuti (Thor; Captain America: Skyfall; Alice in Wonderland; The Wolfman; Eyes Wide Shut; Allied, Skyfall); Peter Robertson (Edge of Tomorrow; Anna Karenina; Quantum of Solace; Atonement; Hot Fuzz; Macbeth; Ripper Street); Paul Edwards (Man From UNCLE; Before I go to Sleep; 47 Ronin; various Harry Potter movies; Run Fatboy Run; and King Arthur); Roger Tooley (Penny Dreadful; Mortdecai; Inspector Lewis; Mr Selfridge; Green Zone; Shaun of the Dead, Endeavour) and David Crute: Of Rocksteadi Pictures.

More details on the Gold syllabus can be found here:

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