Cinematography Lab 1.04: GET THE BEST IMAGE FROM YOUR CAMERA – May 7

HOLLYWOOD SHORTS Cinematography Lab

 

 


GETTING THE BEST IMAGE FROM YOUR CAMERA

CINEMATOGRAPHY LAB with JAY HOLBEN


LAB #1.04: GETTING THE BEST IMAGE FROM YOUR CAMERA

The Fundamentals of Cinematography Lab at Panavision

Tues., May 7, 2013
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Lab Fee: $35.00

PANAVISION – HOLLYWOOD
6735 Selma Avenue, Hollywood, CA 90028

 The age of digital gives us extraordinary flexibility within the camera to manipulate the recorded image. Go inside the camera to learn what all those menu functions really mean – and how to make them work for you.

Learn how to balance an on-set monitor and how to make white balance a create tool. In addition, we will take a look at the similarities and differences between several cameras from a variety of manufacturers in different formats and price ranges.

This lab is designed for all camera experience levels – this is a great primer for filmmakers, camera crew, and anyone interested in learning more about how today’s advanced camera systems work.

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HOLLYWOOD SHORTS Cinematography Lab – $35.00


Jay Holben – Head Educator
HOLLYWOOD SHORTS
Cinematographers Lab

Our Emerging Filmmakers Program (EFP) continues our full line up of filmmaking seminars and labs. The monthly seminars will encompass a wide range of topics and issues, designed for all ranges of experience and crew positions.

The HS/EFP Cinematographers Lab will also take us into some of the workrooms of some of our favorite camera shops and camera related organizations that every filmmaker, camera department professional and up-n-comer should know…

Seminar Topics include:

  • Fundamentals of Cinematography
  • Getting the Best Image From Your Camera
  • Camera Lenses
  • The Flavors of HD
  • Camera Accessories & Camera Prep
  • Lighting from Home Depot

ABOUT JAY HOLBEN
Jay Holben is an independent producer & filmmaker who worked as a director of photography for nearly a decade. Previously serving as Technical Editor covering film cameras and lighting, Jay has been a contributing editor to American Cinematographer Magazine for 12 years. He is currently the Technical Editor for DV Magazine, with a monthly column, ‘DV101,’ and has contributed to several books including the American Cinematographers Manual. Jay has contributed to several books on cinematography, including the American Cinematographer Manual, 9th Edition. He is the author of “A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget” which was released earlier this year. This year, Jay also co-founded FILMMAKER IN A BOX, an educational resource for feature filmmakers. Jay has been a member of HOLLYWOOD SHORTS since 1999 with his short film adaption of the Stephen King poem, “Paranoid”, and he is our Department Chair – Cinematography at HOLLYWOOD SHORTS FilmLab.

 

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