Lighting for DSLR filmmaking, including, shooting interviews, corporate, documentary, and narrative filmmaking.

Learning how to properly light is an essential part in making your project appear more professional.Through different techniques, students can add a personal flair to his or her next project. Lighting techniques add value to your DSLR video footage giving it a more polished edge. This 2-day workshop is useful for a range of DSLR filmmaking, including, shooting interviews, corporate, documentary, and narrative filmmaking.

Topics Covered:

  • Flagging
  • Diffused
  • Styling
  • Coloring
  • Reflected
  • Balancing
  • Lunch is included for both days, other meals are on your own.

Instructors

Ana Foy

Ana Foy received her MFA in Film Production from Florida State University’s College of Motion Picture Arts, where she specialized in Cinematography. She earned a BS in Motion Pictures from the University of Miami’s School of Communication, with a double major in Photography. Before pursuing her career in the film industry, she studied and worked in various areas of art, design, and visual media: architecture, interior design, graphic design, advertising, and museum communications.

Based in Los Angeles before moving to Maine three years ago, Ana has numerous professional credits on narrative short and feature films; short and long form documentary projects; scripted and reality television series; music videos; commercials; and corporate and industrial videos. She has worked on set as director of photography, camera operator, camera assistant, chief lighting technician, key grip, and best boy electric. Ana has served as the film technical manager at Maine Media Workshops and College and teaches in the Professional Certificate Program.

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Course Dates

Oct 25 to Oct 26

Tuition

$450

Class Size

12