May workshop - one of the best
I've just completed two days of training with four of XYZ Network's promo producers at the training HQat North Sydney. The two day course was crafted to give the producers a better understanding of camera and lighting processes.
"Thanks again for such a great day on Thursday, really looking forward to the next one!"
"Many thanks for an informative, entertaining and relaxing 2 days. I have come away motivated to get out and shoot for work and also personal fun"
For further details of what is covered please download the training schedule
July has been a busy time working with some of Australia's finest press photographers. Sydney and Melbourne based team have all take my advaced Stills to Motion courses.
The Sony PXW-X70 is a hit camera for documentary and corportate shooting. Shannon Anthoness of Little Dog Productions joins me for some One-on-One camera and lighting training in North Sydney.
Thanks to this great group of willing participants who joined me last weekend for a few days of shooting around the streets of North Sydney. It's a great location with its little lanes, old terrace houses and parks. We finished up the course with a lighting session at the ACS National HQ, North Sydney. The perfect place for our base camp.
Congratulations to everyone for making it one of the best.
I have just added a new article which may help you to choose a few lighting bits and pieces to add to you kit. Download it here
"Lighting is at the heart of all photography regardless of the format. It’s about using your camera to tell a story and the way that you, as the storyteller, use light to enhance that story.
Photographers and videographers alike observe natural light and the way it impacts on things. It could be harsh summer sunlight that casts strong overhead shadows, or a ray of warm late afternoon light that rakes across a room after a rain shower. Light, and the way it falls, sets a mood. One challenge for the videographer is to be able to observe these naturally occurring moods and recreate them with artificial lighting."