August 29 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm¥5000
An Introduction to the DSLR camera as a filmmaking tool
Get to grips with the pros and cons of DSLR filmmaking in a single evening.
DSLR and mirrorless cameras, lightweight, compact and comparably inexpensive, have taken over the world of low-budget filmmaking. Originally designed for taking stills they have been adapted by filmmakers for video production. They therefore have both strengths and weaknesses you need to know.
In this class you will learn how to use the basic controls and settings of your DSLR camera in order to achieve the best quality footage. You will also be introduced to other basics of cinematography such as lenses and lighting.
The course will cover the following:
- Shutter speed
- White Balance
- Frame rate
- Operating the DSLR for best results when shooting video
- Lighting basics
While we recommend participants bring their own DSLR or mirrorless camera, it is not mandatory.
August 29 (Thurs), 19:00-21:30
If you wish to also join our day-long Introduction to Cinematography after taking this class, we will discount the tuition fee by the cost of this DSLR Cinematography workshop.
About the Instructor
Evangelo Costadimas is an award-winning cinematographer, independent filmmaker and art curator. Originally trained as a telecoms engineer, he switched careers and took up filmmaking since 2009. Having grown up in Ethiopia of Greek and Italian parents he immigrated to Canada and has since lived or worked in more than thirty countries on four continents. He was an adjunct professor at SCAD Hong Kong where he taught film and photography courses and regularly lectured on fine art photography and video art at the Hong Kong Art School. As of June 2019, he is based in Tokyo.