DSLR Filmaking seminars

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We also got an email from Marcelo Lewin at NewMediaWebinars.com who is hosting a couple of free HDSLR webinars in June. They are using the broadcast it free or get the download for a fee after the event model. We've added both to the planet5D Event Calendar.

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DSLR Filmmaking Production Reality Check with Peter Cote (June 17th)

“How to use your HDSLRs like a pro and avoid common mistakes.”

In this webinar, along with showing you the good stuff of DSLRs, Peter Cote, host of “The HDSLR Show”, will identify the limitations of HDSLRs and how to work around them to make your project look and feel like it was produced by Hollywood. You'll learn about rolling shutter, shooting length limits, getting the best sound on set, lighting challenges, best lenses and accessories to use, plus much more. Before filming your next production with a DSLR, make sure you know and understand what you are getting into!

DSLR Filmmaking Post Workflows with Scott Simmons (June 22nd)

“Tools, tips and techniques to work with your DSLR footage in post-production.”

Nearly everyone in video (and many in film) production are being touched by the DSLR revolution. This revolution in image acquisition boils down to very affordable cameras and lenses shooting unbelievably gorgeous images. This accessibility isn’t without compromise as the cameras don’t offer many of the features that have been commonplace in professional video equipment for years. There’s also compromises in the post-production of DSLR acquired images as well. In this webinar we’ll look at exactly what those acquisition formats are and why you might want to edit your DSLR footage in a more post-production friendly format. The Canon cameras (5D, 7D, T2i) are by far the most popular DSLR cameras so we will focus mostly on their H.264 format but other cameras will be discussed briefly. Post-production software will deal mainly with Final Cut Studio but Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro will both be discussed as they can natively edit the Canon’s H.264 files.

(Photo credit: snap from the video)


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