If you are a photographer who wants to expand your knowledge regarding video work, this is the right workshop for you.
What changes if you have to factor in time? How to break down a scene into different shots, so you can cut them later while still conveying the necessary information? What does crossing a line mean in a filmic context and how can you avoid it? What different types of cameras are there and which settings are the most relevant (shutter, ISO, resolution, codec, etc.)? Which continuous light setup is right for different purposes? How does lighting a video shoot differ from photography? How do you adjust lighting from shot to shot? What does having sound mean for your work with the camera?
In addition to a theoretical introduction, you will get the chance to try out and practice with different lighting and camera equipment on location. Our expert will also have time for specific questions or advice for your projects.