|Three-day EOS Movie Film-Making workshop|
28/4/2011 11:47:35 | video
Johnny Productions may be a wedding photography/videography company but we often give the impression that our focus is more on the photography side of the creative arts. It is our conscious decision not to upload our wedding videos onto our blog/website and most of our clients understand the reasoning behind it. Those who have seen our work at weddings know that our videography is just as important as our photography and that we put a lot of work and effort into both in order to capture the best moments of our lucky couple's big day.
The recent surge in new equipment and techniques for shooting wedding videography has encouraged us to adapt and change our way of thinking. We would like to take this opportunity to announce an upcoming workshop with regards to wedding videography and all that it encompasses, as well as sharing our experiences. It will include aspects of pre to post-production work, as well as debating the use of SLR cameras for shooting, equipment such as steadi-cams and sliders as well as the intricacies of editing techniques.
We're hardly the first in our line of work to be exploring these avenues but we can say that our interest in producing top quality, memorable wedding videos is our utmost priority. It gives us great pleasure each time we see the reactions of our clients when we show them our work and we hope to bring this sense of achievement to a wider audience. We're also very lucky to have a special guest over for the duration of the Workshop; Matt having worked with studios such as Stillmotion and Universal Music, he has since started his own production company in Australia where he continues to push the boundaries of filmmaking and post-production. Matt is looking forward to sharing his knowledge and being a part of the workshop in May.
Three-day EOS Movie Film-Making workshop
The three-day EOS Movie Film-Making workshop is designed for both established film-makers and for those who have expressed an interest in film-making. This three-day course gives students all the necessary skills to shoot, edit and produce a high-quality piece of film for different purposes.
On day one, students will be introduced to the equipment now prevalent in the film-making industry, ie. Canon¡¦s DLSR movie cameras, lenses and equipment for camera stabilization (Mono-pod, Steadi-cam and Slider), as well as learn how to capture high quality audio.
Students will also learn the fundamentals of film-making from pre to post-production and will put these skills to practice to produce a short piece of film of their own.
Day two introduces techniques for knowing how and what to shoot. Editing skills such as storytelling and music selection will be focused on. Students will be given a practical assignment to complete, including editing a short film to show to the rest of the class for group discussion.
The third day will focus on finishing assignments, producing a final output and discussing the various options for films on different mediums such as Blu-ray, the web and DVD. Finished films will be viewed in class, followed by group discussion.
17 May to 19 May, 2011
27 May to 29 May 2011
Any further enquiry, please contact us at 82092808 or email@example.com