film, video & TV training | professional development
Cinematography Lighting Workshop
Date/s & times:
|CINLW1301 17 November, (10.00am-5.30pm)|
|Fee:||$319 Open Channel Members / $385 (non-members) (Prices are Inclusive of GST)
(Membership: $55 / $44 concession - join Open Channel here)
|Prerequisites:||Cinematography Foundation or equivalent|
In this practical one-day workshop you'll learn to plan, light and shoot a dinner party scene. Using low-budget lighting and a professional digital camera, work with a professional DOP and Gaffer to rig and light an interior night scene for maximum coverage and effect.
The course covers:
- Planning coverage for location
- Shot sizes and lighting approaches
- Blacking windows/ creating a studio space
- Overhead rigging
- Use of practicals
- Working with a Gaffer
Who should do this course?
This course is for aspiring cinematographers with basic to intermediate lighting skills. Please note that this course does not provide instruction in camera use; the focus of this course is lighting.
Are you interested in being Accredited for this course?
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How do I Enrol?
Simply print an Enrolment Form and return to us with payment to secure a place in the Short Course. See the Enrolment Form for details on how to pay.
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Julian is multi award winning Australian Filmmaker currently based in Melbourne working as a senior lecturer for SAE Institute and Open Channel. He has received several awards from the Australian Cinematographers Society for excellence in storytelling and the ability to compose shots and utilise lighting techniques to create beautiful images.
Alan commenced his career as a clapper loader on Fred Schepisi's film, The Chant of Jimmy Blacksmith, he subsequently began shooting freelance documentaries and music videos. With over 30 years experience shooting and directing TVCs both in Australia and overseas, Alan now works primarily in drama. Feature film credits include Lost & Found and Under a Red Moon, he has won numerous cinematography awards for his work in the drama and TVC area. Alan has lectured at the VCA Film & TV School and Kodak Cinematography Workshops and is currently ACS National Vice President, President of the ACS Victorian branch and a member of the Victorian Film & Television Industry Working Party.
David has worked in Australia, the UK and Ireland for more than ten years across a range of projects including television series, documentary, lifestyle, travel, magazine, reality TV, music, current affairs, commercial, corporate and fiction film. His broadcast credits include ABC, SKY, FOX, NINE, TEN, WIN, PRIME, C31, TVS, RTE, RTE2 and TV3. He is an experienced teacher and practitioner and has worked in a range of settings including in studio, live feed, multi-camera, single camera and pre-recorded shooting environments.
Dave is a graduate of the Australian Film, Television & Radio School, and has worked as a cinematographer extensively in Melbourne and Sydney on projects ranging from feature film, television commercials and short films to music videos and documentaries. The projects he has filmed have gained awards and recognition in Australia and Internationally. He was Director of Photography on short film 'The Saviour' which was Academy Award (Oscar) nominated in 2007 for Best Live Action Short Film. With his theoretical and practical based knowledge of both film and video cinematography, as well as lighting, grips and team management, David has been lecturing in film production at Open Channel and SAE Institute.