London 22 - 23 May, 2010
Advanced 3D Cinematography
This hands-on workshop removes the mystery from the rapdily developing world of 3D Cinematography. Santa Fe HD's professionals provide an overview of all current technologies and a thorough review of the latest high-end 3D systems available, inclduing some not yet on the market. A detailed guide to 3D workflow will be combined with on-set instruction on proper assembly, calibration and operation of popular 3D rigs. Presented in association with On Sight Axis Films and HD Lab, this complete guide to stereographic production also includes instruction on rushes, offline prep, 3D editing, finishing and deliverables.
• Geoff Boyle, DoP
• Philippe Vié, Camalot NL
Additional instructors and guest experts will be announced as they are confirmed. The workshops are conducted in English.
Tuition is €1000.
A 10% Early Registration Discount is available to all if completed before 14 May..
A 15% Discount is available for members of the following professional organizations if completed before 24 April:
• The British Society of Cinematographers
• The Netherlands Society of Cinematographers
• The Digital Cinema Society
• The Cinematography Mailing List
• The Society of Camera Operators
and all returning Santa Fe HD Workshop attendees.
Proof of membership may be required.
To Register, visit www.gancietv.com
Scheduled topics include:
• Industry Overview & 3D Terminology
• Selecting the Right System for Your Job and Budget
• 3D Workflow from Planning through Post
• Personnel and Equipment On-Set
• Optics & Lens Selection
• Digital Media
• Monitor Selection & Proper Setup
Who Should Take This Course
This workshop is designed for DPs, Operators, ACs, DITs and anyone looking to familiarize themselves the latest information available on these advanced digital systems, presented face-to-face with leading industry experts. The workshop also accommodates Directors, Producers, Production Managers and those interested in understanding the latest in Digital Cinematography systems, production techniques and workflow issues.
Applicants must be experienced film and/or video professionals familiar with high-end production.
Attendance is limited. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.