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INTENSIVE FILMMAKING WORKSHOP
 
CAMERA AND LIGHTING FUNDAMENTALS
 
Dates: Saturday November 2 and Saturday November 9, 1996
 
A Sunday November 3 and Sunday November 10 class will form only if
Saturday fills up.
 
Manhattan Location
 
Cost: $250, includes all materials
 
No Filmmaking Experience Necessary.  This intensive, hands-on,
workshop is designed to equip the uninitiated with the fundamentals of
motion picture photography and lighting techniques. The attendees will
thus be equipped with the fundamental knowledge necessary to operate a
motion picture camera.  Topics to be covered include exposure,
metering, T-Stops, format, films stocks, aspect ratio, depth of field,
interior lighting techniques, exterior lighting techniques, interior
shooting, exterior shooting, dealing with the lab, color temperature,
what to look for in your dailies, more.
 
Instructor: Cinematographer Luke Geissbuhler
 
Luke is a working Director of Photography with experience as an A.C.,
Gaffer, camera operator, and special effects designer.  His work has
appeared on Comedy Central, Lifetime Network, Swiss Television, TNT.
He has worked with such notables as Dee-Light, David Byrne,  Paul
Schrader, Lifetime Network, Carl Zeiss USA, IBM, Metrostars
Professional Soccer, Abe Schrader, R/Greenberg Associates, and many
more.  Luke has worked as Director of Photography on six features and
was Director of Photography as well as producer of the upcoming
documentary "Alaskan Holiday."  He worked on seven of the films that
appeared in this year's Independent Feature Market and was DP
(Director of Photography) on two.  He is well versed in all aspects of
Independent Film Production.  We are purposefully keeping class small
so as to focus on the needs and concerns of each individual
participant.
 
The Work Shop consists of two full days of hands on experience and
instruction.
 
Space is limited to six participants per workshop.  Call or e-mail now
to reserve your place.
 
Return E-Mail or phone REEL TRADING at 212.242.1390.
 
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