An open meeting to discuss the new technologies announced during NAB this year.
Grant Slawson from Absolute Pitch and Averley Media will talk about his workflow created for the History Channel: “VIETNAM” a six part series-premiering fall 2011. Topics will include OMF and XML transfers for audio and color correction, 4K to HD film transfer, multiple-source footage acquisition and more.
Orlando Luna and Barrett Thompson from Apple, along with reps from G-Tech, Promise Technology and others will be present during the event to answer questions.
With PF Bentley
March 2-6 – Baltimore, MD
Take your vision to the next level. Start creating polished documentaries and cinematic journalism. Begin to see our visual world with new potential. You will complete your own film in five days.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Experienced media professionals such as photojournalists, wedding photographers and videographers, corporate visual managers and staff, military personnel, educators, network news camera persons and anyone who wants to make professional films for broadcast and online.
This is an intermediate level workshop. You need to have camera and editing experience on your editing system with a few projects under your belt. This is a hands-on working workshop. You’ll be shooting, editing and unlike other workshops, you’ll be critiqued on your work: the good, the bad and the ugly.
Qualified current ASMP and NPPA Members get a $250 discount.
For complete info click HERE
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MBS is hosting another week of their renowned Final Cut Training with Abba Shapiro. Abba is one of the lead instructors for Apple’s Final Cut Pro certification program. He has over twenty years of industry experience, is co-author of Final Cut On the Spot and an instructor for Lynda.com’s video tutorials.
Learn more about Abba.
Three modules to choose from:
Final Cut Training Week comes in three modules: “Intro”, “Advanced”, and “Motion”. Choose a module or take all three, depending on your skill level and production needs. Class comes with a certificate of completion and a complimentary instruction book, so you can keep expanding on the fundamentals you learn in class.
· Final Cut 101 (Mon-Tues): $699
· Final Cut Advanced (Wed-Thurs): $699
· Motion (Friday): $349
Discount coupons available in at Google Places page. Get 10% off Final Cut training.
Visit MBS site for more information, or call (888) 354-0100
to learn about more special offers for Final Cut Attendees.
APA|DC Presents Richard Harrington of RHED Pixel
From Still to Motion
This evening event will be an overview of lessons learned in Richard Harrington’s new book;
From Still to Motion: A photographer’s guide to creating video with your DSLR
With the arrival of high-definition video-enabled DSLR cameras, photographers are faced with an opportunity for creativity and a competitive edge in their field unlike anything they’ve experienced before. Add to that the expanding demands from a video-hungry audience and it’s no longer a matter of if you are going to add video to your repertoire of skills, it’s when.
During this event Mr.Harrington will discuss
• Exploring the options for video recording with DSLR cameras
• Give gear recommendations including camera support and lighting
• Talk about the benefits and drawbacks of using a DSLR camera to shoot video.
Monday, April 19th, 2010
Doors open – 6:30
Program – 7:00 -9:30 pm
180 South Washington Street #210
Falls Church, VA 22046
FREE for APA members
$25 at the door for non-APA members
MUST RSVP for this event as space is limited!!
Mac Business Solutions
Hands-On DSLR Video Workshop
Join us for a 2-and-a-half day, hands-on workshop where we will see all the different aspects of DSLR video production presented by Jem Schofield of theC47.com. It is highly recommended to bring your own camera (Panasonic GH1, Canon EOS 7D or the Canon EOS 5DMKII) for outdoor shooting assigments.
Covered topics include (among others):
- General Overview of Video DSLR cameras
- HD DSLR acquisition considerations
- Advantages & Disadvantages of HD DSLRs
- Working around DSLRs shortcomings
- Lighting & Light Meters
- Shooting & Conducting Interviews
- Support Systems & Shooting Considerations
- Compressor & Transcoding Workflow
- Final Cut Studio Presets & Easy Set-Ups
Date and Time:
Start: Friday, March 19, 2010 – 5:00 pm
End: Sunday, March 21, 2010 – 5:00 pm
Before March 1st, 2010: $594.15 (15% OFF)
After March 1st, 2010: $699.00
Register Now and save 15%
REGISTRATION-Pre-registration required to be eligible for door prizes.
Is video or multimedia an option for your business? How do you get started? How steep is the learning curve?
Paula Lerner and Gail Mooney, two accomplished still photographers, are expanding their markets and the reach of their work through the use of multimedia and video.
• Technology is changing how our clients communicate
• An introduction to multimedia
• An introduction to video
• Capture considerations for both mediums
• The importance of good audio
• The importance of good lighting
• Equipment considerations
• Making the business side work
Saturday, January 9, 2010
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Doors open half an hour earlier.
Dan Whipps Photography Studio, 5513 Selma Avenue
Two copies of the ASMP Professional Business Practices in Photography book
An ADBASE Regional Subscription + Emailer (worth up to $990)