DSLR Techniques: Basics to Advanced
A workshop for shooting cinematic images for micro budget cinema and documentaries with DSLRs
The DSLR Movement
What makes the DSLR such a compelling camera for those of us on micro-budgets? A brief history of the DSLR movement.
The advantages: An overview of sensors and lenses and the differences of prosumer video cameras.
The disadvantage: Overcoming audio issues.
About the Workshop
This workshop, by Kurt Lancaster, the author of "DSLR Cinema: Crafting the Film Look with Video," will cover these main topics:
- The importance of the story: Story structure is tool number one.
- Basics of the DSLR: Aperture, shutter speed, color balance
- The importance of the image: Shaping a compelling story, visually. What is the difference between just shooting video and shooting video cinematically? How can you produce good looking shots with a $600 camera? Using picture styles.
- The importance of sound: How important is sound? How can you record audio that's good enough for professional use?
- The kind of gear you need and how to use what you already have to effectively shoot professional-quality video.
About Kurt Lancaster, PhD
Kurt Lancaster, PhD, is the author of DSLR Cinema: Crafting the Film Look with Video, Focal Press, 2011 and Video Journalism for the Web: A Practical Introduction to Multimedia Storytelling, Routledge, 2012. He teaches digital filmmaking and multimedia journalism at Northern Arizona University's School of Communication.
Collins College 14th Street Studios (View)
1425 W 14th Street
Tempe, AZ 85281
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