Gain valuable skills in shooting and grading with your GoPro Camera
Jul 3, 2021 - Jul 3, 2021
Workshop Fee: $175
Class Size: 12
NOTE: This class will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom Platform
Class meets 1-6pm Eastern Time
This 1-day class is ideal for anyone interested in working with the dynamic and capable GoPro Hero to capture high-quality video, and to take that footage to the next level through color grading workflow.
Since its introduction, the GoPro camera has grown rapidly in popularity. While maintaining its prowess as the quintessential camera for action and adventure sports, it has also been widely adopted by commercial and narrative filmmakers who have seen its tremendous value as a tool to always have with you. It has also become more and more conducive to professional color grading workflow, creating the opportunity for filmmakers to take their high-quality images that much further. In this workshop, we will discuss shooting approaches, plus technical and aesthetic considerations of using the GoPro in various shooting scenarios to capture cinematic visuals. We will touch upon various peripherals on the market, and the instructor will make suggestions for anyone who is looking to make a gear purchase. In the latter portion of the day, we will explore color correction and grading with DaVinci Resolve. Students will have the opportunity to work with their GoPro footage and experience the full process from basic node structure to final delivery.
This 1-day crash course affords a great opportunity to delve into both the shooting and color grading process with GoPros. Gain versatility in your skillset, and add a powerful new addition to your post-production workflow.
Instructor: David Martinez
David Martinez is a producer and cinematographer known for his cinematic approach to visual storytelling. David has traveled the world as a cinematographer and colorist. His immersion in film productions, both in the camera department as well as the post-production department, has given him a great perspective on the relationship between the creative and technical aspects of visual storytelling. As a media producer, his clients include The New York Times, Universal Music, Warner Music, McKinsey & Company, and Volvo.