As the demand for documentary video outpaces traditional photojournalism, Canon’s C-Series of cameras build on the multimedia revolution that began with DSLR. At the same price point and size, but with technology focused on moving images, the cinema series takes over where DSLR left off. These cameras are designed for high-impact storytelling and students in this workshop do just that.
Working directly with journalists, students find, shoot and edit character-driven films about the local community, taking projects from conception to completion on deadline. Through hands-on demonstrations, lectures and critiques, instructors show the benefits of using the C-Series to work alone or in small teams and cover the workflow, equipment and techniques to do so. Gain the skills to put a great camera to great affect!
Students should have an understanding of video production and be familiar with editing in Adobe Premiere.