Wed. October 17| 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM | Location: Group meets directly at 9AM at Baza Studio: 34-36 W 32nd St., 4th floor, NY
**Separate Registration** Group meets directly at venue at 9am: Baza studio. Address: 34-36 W 32nd St., 4th floor, NY Cinematography is comprised of three main disciplines. Lighting, composition & camera movement. For many people it's the lighting that's the most mysterious and the hardest to master (but all three must work together as a cohesive whole).
As a follow-up to last year's "Cinematic Lighting for Narrative, Documentary and Corporate Production" workshop, Jem Schofield of theC47 and guest instructors will take attendees through how to light for documentary, in-house and corporate based projects. This one-day field workshop will take attendees through the process of planning & lighting using largely low-key, cinematic techniques. This class will feature lighting, lighting control, composition and camera set-ups to teach you how to light for a wide range of projects. It will also discuss and demonstrate certain "rules" that can be followed to help you consistently shoot great looking and natural one and two camera interviews.
The workshop will be held at Baza studio where the group will meet directly at 9AM. Address: 34-36 W 32nd St., 4th floor, NY. The workshop will be delivered in a conversational style that will allow Jem to work effectively with his crew (including attendees), while still teaching process and craft. Exactly like being on an actual, working set!
Topics Covered: • Project Planning • How to Effectively Bounce, Block, Cut & Diffuse Light Sources • Camera & Lens Choices • One and Two Camera Set-Ups • Working effectively as a small crews with great results
Target Audience: Directors of Photography, Camera Operators, Producers, Directors and anyone that wants to understand how to successfully work in modern, small crew corporate production environments.
Check out some of Jem's recent courses with Lynda.com like Cinematic Video Lighting and Advanced Cinematic Video Lighting.
For more information about Jem & his whereabouts visit www.theC47.com or his YouTube Channel where he posts ongoing content related video production and the filmmaking industry at