Video Workshop

26 Sep 2021

Video Workshop.  From Photographer to Filmmaker.  This workshop covers pre-production, equipment, lighting, sound, post-production and delivery.   

You need more than a series of well executed moving stills to create meaningful films for your clients.  

We will cover aspects of the three key stages of film production:

1. Pre-production
    - Understanding and breaking down
      the brief
    - The role of the script and storyboard
    - The recce
    - Casting sessions and working with
    - Choice of kit and crew
    - The call sheet
    - The working budget
2. The shoot
    - Cut-aways
    - Interviews
    - Time lapse
    - The dreaded "Line"
    - Tracks, jibs, sliders and
    - Logging and slating
    - Demonstrations in 
      lighting and sound
3. Post-production
    - Digital workflow
    - Importing your rushes
      into the edit
    - Selecting takes
    - The timeline
    - Trims, bins and editing
    - Music and licensing
    - Mixing
    - Rendering and encoding
      the finished film
Whether for commercial benefit or purely to advance your own skills and offering this workshop is a must.  

This is an exciting era for photographers as the capability to produce commercially viable footage in HD and 4K from their DSLR camera becomes the norm. 

Mark Sheldon's career started in stills moving from Photographer to Director/DOP.  Since then his approach has seen several of his projects achieve major awards at the Clios, the 4'As in Asia, the IAF in New York as well as the IVCA awards in London. He has a fellowship of the RPS for his work in film.

Whether using a smart phone, a DSLR or an Arri Alexa in filmmaking the basics to achieve a successful production are the same and Mark shares tips and techniques to help you on the road to becoming a successful filmmaker. More information on Mark Sheldon can be found at  

One Day Workshop. Please contact us to enquire about cost and availability.

Price: £
This workshop is now fully booked.
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