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Sun 12 Jan 2014, 9:30am–5:30pm
Mon 13 Jan 2014, 9:30am–5:30pm
Tue 14 Jan 2014, 9:30am–5:30pm
Wed 15 Jan 2014, 9:30am–5:30pm
Thu 16 Jan 2014, 9:30am–5:30pm

Where: Trinity College Chapel, Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • per day: $165.00
  • whole course: $825.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: summerfilmschool

Cinematography: Camera and Lighting Intensive - 5 Fabulous Days on location at Trinity College at the University of Melbourne.

Day 1. Theory: What does a Director of Photography do? We look at cinematography essentials such as designing a "look" for your films, coverage, composition, framing, continuity, crossing the line, choreography, scene coverage and explore creative choices of lighting, stocks, lenses and camera placement. What makes a good shot and why? Interpreting the script in visual terms and how cinematography can convey meaning.

Day 2. Practical: Learn practical lighting set-ups on location. Learn how to load a film camera; how to shoot blue/green screen (using state-of-the-art Lemac 35mm film,16mm film and High Definition digital cameras) and learn how to achieve the best possible "look" for the least amount of money. Conducted by Ellery Ryan (DOP Angel Baby, Death in Brunswick, That Eye the Sky, Spotswood, The Brush Off, Van Dieman's Land, I Love You Too),David Parkinson (Gaffer The Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley, Blue Murder, On the Beach) and Con Filippidis (Camera Operator The 25th Reich)

Day 3. Realising the Script: Crewing roles and responsibilities, covering and blocking scenes and working with actors and the electrics team. Camera operation and movement; when and how to use Steadicam. How to get through the shooting day and a few tricks to keep you (mostly) sane. Conducted by Ellery Ryan (DOP Angel Baby, Death in Brunswick, That Eye the Sky, Spotswood, The Brush Off, Van Dieman's Land, I Love You Too), David Parkinson (Gaffer The Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley, Blue Murder, On the Beach), Con Filippidis (Camera Operator The 25th Reich) and Louis Puli (Steadicam Operator Bed of Roses, On the Beach, The Interview, Irresistible).

Day 4. Perfecting the Shot: Camera operation and movement using tracks and dollies and working with a GRIP to get the best shot. We'll work through more complexities on set with a full camera, gripping and lighting crew, boom operator, clapper loader, director and actors. Conducted by Ellery Ryan (DOP Angel Baby, Death in Brunswick, That Eye the Sky, Spotswood, The Brush Off, Van Dieman's Land, I Love You Too), David and Chris Parkinson (Lighting Designers/Gaffers Muriel's Wedding, The Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley, Blue Murder, On the Beach, Survivor), Dean Garro (Grip The Extra, Ghost Rider) and Con Filippidis (Camera Operator The 25th Reich)

Day 5. Digital Cinematography - The New Frontier: Wondering which HD platform you should be using for your next film? How is lighting different for HD? What's the best way to shoot for post and VFX? With so many different HD formats and post production pathways we'll guide you through the differences between most of the commonly available HD cameras and formats, both high and low end. We'll explore current and future filmmaking practice and look at the best ways to shoot HD to get the most from the format with discussion about recent work, screenings of excerpts and live demonstrations. Participants will leave with an understanding of current HD cameras and technology including the latest in RED, ARR, Sony and 3D digital cameras. Aimed at producers, directors, cinematographers and filmmakers who want to get up to date with the latest digital imaging techniques and approaches. Many of the latest HD cameras will be on display, including models suitable for independent and documentary filmmakers, subject to availability.

Conducted by DOP Ellery Ryan, Cinematographer Con Filippis and Tim Schumann, Digital Cinema and Post Production Manager at Lemac.Sunday 12th Jan, Monday 13th Jan, Tuesday 14th Jan, Wednesday 15th Jan, Thursday 16th Jan
$165 day, $825 for all five days

The Cinematography days use state-of-the-art professional equipment and are taught by a full camera, lighting, grip and steadicam crew on location at Trinity College, the University of Melbourne.