Shane Hurlbut ASCRead Reviews
Join Hollywood DP Shane Hurlbut ASC as he guides you through his complete cinematography playbook. This comprehensive workshop covers both theory and practical application of lighting, lensing and composing scenes, giving you unlimited on-set and behind-the-scenes access with Shane.
Alex BuonoRead Reviews
Visual storytelling cuts to the heart of the filmmaker, combining all elements of the craft to engage the viewer. Over four and a half hours, Alex Buono will teach you advanced techniques for lighting, lens selection, blocking, camera movement, audio, workflow, camera settings, visual structure, and more, to help you improve your filmmaking results.
Alex BuonoRead Reviews
Building on the curriculum of "The Art of Visual Storytelling", Alex Buono deconstructs the architecture of visual style, and through live demonstration shows you how to recreate various genres and looks on almost any budget. In the second part of the course Alex gives a masterclass on Visual Subtext, explaining the "why" behind the "how".
Adam EpsteinRead Reviews
In this course, Saturday Night Live film unit Editor Adam Epstein shows you exactly how he takes a project from an empty timeline to a network broadcast in under 24 hours. Combining all elements of post production including sequencing, audio, motion graphics and compositing, Adam shares his tips, techniques and theories to maximize your results on any project.
Mark Edward Lewis
In this detailed course, seasoned audio guru Mark Edward Lewis guides you through every aspect of sound that you'll ever need to know as a filmmaker. Recording, dialogue, sound effects, foley, ADR, mixing, fixing - it's all here for you to master in the most comprehensive audio-for-film series ever created.
Jerry GhionisRead Reviews
In one of his most ambitious endeavors, top wedding and portrait photographer Jerry Ghionis will teach you how to wow your clients every time with extraordinary images. Learn Jerry’s method of resourcefully transforming any location and utilizing available light to create timeless pieces. Get in on the action with professional models, multiple sets, real time problem-solving, tips and templates to market and grow your business. In "How to Wow" you will be inspired, challenged, educated and entertained by one of photography's brightest stars.
Vincent LaforetRead Reviews
One of the most important skills modern directors and DPs are required to master is moving the camera in a dynamic and engaging fashion. Commercial Director and Pulitzer-Prize winning Photographer Vincent Laforet teaches filmmakers of all levels the precise cinematic language of motion, and how to move not only the camera itself, but also the components in your scene in order to bring a richer viewing experience while enhancing the story. This course will give you a solid foundation in camera movement, blocking, lensing, and sequencing, and show you how to direct any crew precisely and effectively to execute your vision.
Bob DavisRead Reviews
Bounce flash is great, but after a while it all looks the same, flat and dull. In "What the Flash?" Bob Davis shows you how to get amazing results in almost any situation using off-camera speedlites. He demonstrates lighting portraits, corporate headshots, engagement photos, fashion and glamour photos, and even takes you behind the scenes for an entire wedding shoot, using versatile lighting throughout.
In this series, Stephen Eastwood shows you how to conquer beauty and fashion photography in just about any lighting scenario. He covers studio, indoor, and outdoor locations, where he'll show you how to create numerous lighting schemes with Speedlites. You'll learn how to both overpower and harness sunlight, fluorescent light, incandescent light and more.
This course takes you inside the mind of one of the world's greatest portrait photographers, Clay Blackmore. During this six hour course Clay will show you how photograph all walks of life including men, women, children, corporate portraits, wedding, maternity, group portraits and more. Each technique is broken down so you understand how to re-create these signature methods on your own and create timeless portraits like Clay.
Ollie KenchingtonRead Reviews
In Directing Color, filmmaker, editor and colorist Ollie Kenchington explores how visual language cues, color theory and even color grading techniques can be used throughout the filmmaking process to not just create a “look” but to enhance storytelling. He challenges directors, cinematographers and filmmakers to think of color first rather than the more common approach of leaving color considerations until post-production.
“Adam Epstein: massive skills and (more importantly) knows how to teach and present.”
“The principles Vincent will show and teach are ones to be applied to any shoot. ”
“No photographer or photography seminar has ever encouraged me to evaluate myself, my clients, and my view of the world in equal measure.”
“Alex's lectures have something to offer filmmakers at any level.”
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