Big League Cine Summit – First Online All Cinematography Event

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Aviv Vana has alerted me to this amazing free event he's created called the Big League Cine Summit. It will all be online and free (tho if you miss it, you will be able to purchase downloads).

This looks to be pretty amazing and we're excited to be just a little part of it. Aviv has lined up some incredible speakers – many of them have been on planet5D at one time or another – like Bruce Logan, Art Adams, Ron Dawson, Luke Neumann, Caleb Pike and many more

Aviv has a site called BigLeagueFilmSchool which we've highlighted before (see “Luke Neumann on Magic Lantern Canon 5D Mark III RAW video” for example).

What Is Big League Cine Summit?

For three days you will have access to presentations by top cinematographers on specific topics and techniques. Each day will feature a set of presentations that you can access. You will discover information and techniques that the pros use that goes far beyond what you can get from any tutorial. This is the inside stuff!

Discover the various techniques and tools that the best cinematographers around the world use to achieve stunning images. Imagine being able to apprentice with the folks that are creating the kind of work you would like to create.

Big League Cine Summit is your chance to do just that.

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What Will I Learn In Big League Cine Summit?

Here's just one of the many many presenters – Camille Marotte's presentation will cover…

If you search Camille’s work on vimeo you are likely to see one head turning video after the other for the past several years now. Camille clearly has a secret sauce for creating beautiful cinematography with amazing detail and color. We’ll dive into his post production process in After Effects, just one ingredient to his amazing work. You won’t want to miss this!

Camille Marotte: “Using After Effects For The Film Look”

See other presenters and their session details HERE

Reserve your spot for the Big League Cine Summit

I hope to ‘see' you there!

(cover photo credit: snap from Big League Film School)

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