Gain the fundamental skills to capture quality video using DSLR Cameras.

Date:  Jun 2-3, 2018
Levels:  Beginner
Workshop Fee:  $475
Class Size: 14

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Sep 15-16, 2018

This 2-day class is ideal for anyone interested in working with DSLRs to capture high quality video and audio.

This workshop will include lessons on choosing camera settings for the desired look of video using ISO, aperture, color temperature, shutter speed, frame rate, and lens selection. Tripods and hand-held camera systems will be demonstrated.  Students will use various methods to record high quality audio while capturing video and learn how to prepare files for post-production. Students receive hands-on training using cameras like the Canon EOS 7D and 5D Mark III, and will leave the workshop equipped with the fundamental skills to work proficiently with DSLR cameras in the field.

Image Credit: Aidan Bliss

Lunch is included for both days, other meals are on your own. Lodging is available on campus, private room & bath.  $75/night

Header Image Credit: Aidan Bliss

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Instructor: Tom Ryan

Tom Ryan is a Maine-based filmmaker who works as an editor and cinematographer in documentary film and other non-fiction content. His past clients include Zillow, Datto Inc., and Author, Marc Prensky. He has had the opportunity to work with such Production Companies as “Redtree” (Boston), and “Timber & Frame Media” (Portland, ME) - with whom he was on crew for the feature doc “The Mountain and the Magic City”. In 2017 he won the Zeiss Precision Image Competition for his short music video “Diffraction”. He is passionate about teaching theory and tech to students of all career paths and skill levels.