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Free Sony Cameras Workshop: New Workflows and Standards with Producer/DP Alister Chapman

Wed Jun 1, 2016
Wed Jun 1, 2016
Vancouver Film School 88 E. Pender St. Campus TV Studio (1st Floor)
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There has never been a more exciting time to be a Cinematographer. Cameras are better than ever. New workflows and new standards mean that over the next few years there will be a dramatic increase in the quality of the images we can see, both at home and in the cinema. Better colour, higher resolutions and high dynamic range are coming together to transform the viewing experience. But the best thing is that many of the cameras we are using today are capable of producing images compatible with these new standards. In this in depth workshop world renowned DP Alister Chapman will explain what these changes mean to you and how you can get the very best from your camera, whether that’s a Sony PXW-FS5 or a PMW-F55.

* New Standards: HDR and Rec2020 what are they and what do I need to know?
* How do Sony’s cameras fit with these new standards?
* Understanding the difference between conventional gammas, S-log and raw.
* Discover how S-Log and raw will be the key to great HDR and Rec2020 images.
* The correct way to shoot when using S-log and raw.
* Alister’s simple exposure techniques for great results with log and raw.
* LUT’s, Looks and scene files. How and when to use them.
* Introduction to post production of log and raw. Tricks you can use to keep things simple with log and raw in any workflow.
* Introduction to ACES. Is this the perfect, simple workflow for log and raw? 
Target Audience
* Cinematographers
* Editors
* Producers
* Enthusiasts 
Please note that everyone is welcome, but this is an advanced seminar; as such a basic understanding of cinematography or video is recommended.  Spots are limited so act quickly. Please RSVP with your name and preferred seminar date at the following address:

Date and Location:
Wednesday June 1st, 2016
1:00pm – 5:00pm or 6:30pm – 10:30pm
Vancouver Film School
88 E. Pender St. Campus
TV Studio (1st Floor)
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