Tags:Bell & Ross replica,Blancpain replica,Breguet replicaCartier replica,Chopard replica,Corum replica,Franck Muller replica,Hublot replica,Jaeger Lecoultre replica,Montblanc replica,Patek Philippe replica,Piaget replica,Roger Dubuis replica,U Boat replica,Vacheron Constantin replica,Glashutte Original replica,Richard Mille replica,Zenith replica,Versace replica,A lange Sohne replica,Glashutte replica,Longines replica,Graham replica,Tudor replica,Ulysse Nardin replica,Rolex Oyster Perpetual Movt 23k

Cinematography: Shooting and Lighting for DSLR

DSLR is fast becoming a necessary skill among cinematographers. Previously the tool of choice for independent and freelance filmmakers, it has become an increasingly popular choice among large budget filmmakers. 

Hone your shooting and lighting skills with intensive, hands-on learning on this one-day, practical DSLR cinematography workshop and get to grips with DSLR shooting techniques.

COURSE OVERVIEW

Duration: 1 day, weekend
Hours: 10.00 - 17.00

Get to grips with DSLR shooting techniques on our one-day practical DSLR cinematography workshop.

DSLR is fast becoming a necessary skill among cinematographers. Previously the tool of choice for independent and freelance filmmakers, it has become an increasingly popular choice among large budget filmmakers. A number of highly acclaimed feature films were shot using DSLR, including ‘Tiny Furniture’ (Lena Dunham, 2010) and ‘Like Crazy’ (Drake Doremus, 2011), which were both filmed with the Canon 7D. Even big budget Hollywood productions such as, ‘The Avengers’ (Joss Whedon, 2012) and ‘Black Swan’ (Darren Aronofsky, 2010) have turned to DSLR to capture motion scenes.

In an intense day of hands-on learning you cover all the essential lighting and operating skills you need to master the DSLR format. You benefit from detailed, technical insight into DSLR filmmaking throughout the day which demonstrates why shooting on DSLR is an effective choice for those who are working on a budget but don't want to sacrifice anything when it comes to creating a professional quality image.

Tutors provide a practical demonstration on how to set up camera, use lenses, lighting and sound recording. You explore the common problems you should expect to encounter on a shoot and how to approach dealing with them. You also receive professional advice on how to enhance your CV and maximise your show-reel through DSLR driven projects.

Course Goals

  • Hone your shooting and lighting skills for DSLR
  • Gain the confidence to shoot your films using DLSR cameras

While on the course and for one month after you will receive complementary membership with LFA networking Filmmaker's Club.

For further information email shortcourses@londonfilmacademy.com or call LFA on +44 (0)207 386 7711 to book your place over the phone with a credit/debit card.

NB.  LFA Filmmaker's Club members fee: £165

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To book your place on this course please:
Apply online or 
Apply by post/fax, print out the application form and post to London Film Academy, 52A Walham Grove, London, SW6 1QR, email admissions@londonfilmacademy.com or fax to 0207 381 6116. As soon as we've received your application we’ll send you a confirmation email containing payment details. Please check your ‘Junk Mail’ folder if you appear to have not received this email.

ENTRY CRITERIA

  • All applicants must be fluent in English (English Language level: IELTS 6.0 or equivalent)
  • Minimum age 18

VISA REQUIREMENTS
All international students from outside the EEA (non-EU countries) must obtain a Short-Term Study Visa to enter the UK. The UK government has introduced a Points Based System for Immigration that has several ‘Tiers’ (the Student Tier, Tier 4came into force on 31 March 2009). 

You can check if you need a visa by visiting the UK BORDER AGENCY website. You can also check with the British Embassy or Consulate in your own country or, if there is not one where you live, in a neighbouring country.

Visa applications can be a lengthy process and therefore it is advisable to apply well in advance of your planned trip.

SHORT TERM STUDY VISA
For students studying on a course of 6 months or less (i.e. LFA Certificates, Foundations and Specialised courses)

STEP 1 - Application

Submit your Application Form 

STEP 2 – Course Fees
Your letter of acceptance, which you need in order to apply for your student visitor visa, can only be issued once you have met all of the admissions criteria for the course you are applying for and we have received your full course fees.

STEP 3 – Acceptance

Once we’ve received your full course fees we can issue you with a letter of acceptance, which you can use to apply for your student visitor visa. In order to issue your letter of acceptance we will require:

  1.  A scanned copy or high quality photograph of your passport
  2. Your passport number
  3. Your name as it appears on your passport
  4. Your nationality
  5. Your home address
  6. The address you will be staying whilst studying in the UK

NB: Do not travel to the UK if you wish to study without first obtaining the correct student visa. If you enter the UK under a short-term study visa or the incorrect student visa, you will not be able to switch this to the relevant visa without first returning to your home country.

London Film Academy has been reviewed by QAA (Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education) for Educational Oversight.

 

APPLY NOW & COURSE DATES

To apply online please click on the course date below.