European HDSLR Masterclass in Majorca Spain this September with planet5D discount!

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If you're looking to learn about HDSLR filmmaking, it looks like August and September are shaping up to be just the right time for you! With Shane Hurlbut's HDSLR BootCamp (and it is getting close to being full – so don't hesitate if you're planning on going!), Canon's EOS Moving Image Workshop, Canon's EXPO in NYC, The Westdoc Conference for documentary and reality filmmakers, HDSLR Master Class with Philip Bloom, and the PhotoCine Expo in LA coming, we thought the calendar was pretty full, but along come Sebastian Wiegärtner and Nino Leitner to put on the European HDSLR Masterclass! And since Europe is grossly underrepresented in that list, it is a good thing these guys are setting this training up!

And please don't forget to keep an eye on our planet5D Event Calendar! There are always interesting things popping up there!

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Note that they're keeping the masterclass size down to 15 – so if you want to go, please don't delay! And planet5D readers can get a 35% discount (35% of 1.149 EUR). Just use “planetMitch” as key to get the discount!

In this Garden of Eden, we will teach you everything you need to know about these cameras, and more importantly, how to use them properly and efficiently in different set situations. You will learn the gear inside and out!

The theory, the practice and some post production essentials – it will all be there, jam-packed in three full days. And don’t think this will be ‘standard operating procedure’: We will be there for you all day, also in the evenings, to shoot with you hands-on, coach you and give you all the advise you want. And if we’re ever done, we will celebrate and enjoy legendary Majorca’s nightlife and a drink or two

WHAT? The 1st European HDSLR Masterclass, teaching you everything you ever wanted to know about HDSLR filmmaking.

WHEN? September 10th-12th, 2010

WHERE? Palma de Majorca, Spain.


So… which one of these events are you going to? All? Great!

(Photo credit: snap from the website)

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