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Old May 27th, 2010, 06:43 PM   #1
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DSLR cinema workshops in Sydney & Melbourne

Hi guys,

I will be presenting DSLR video workshops with Mick Jones in Sydney and in Melbourne. Melbourne dates are June 8 & 9 and June 22 & 23. The first session in Sydney is this weekend and is sold out but the second series in Sydney will happen on June 15 & 16. The workshops are aimed at photographers and beginner level people and we will be covering the basics i.e frame rates, codecs, ect. We will be offering more advanced workshops in the future for production pros.

We will show participants how to go from setting up the Canon cameras to shooting & editing to mastering using Final Cut Pro. The course is very personalised with no more than 7 groups of two people in each with two instructors. There will be a variety of EOS bodies to use including the 1D MKIV, 5D MK11, 7D and 550D's and a wide range of Canon lenses. We will provide Mac computers with Final Cut Pro installed and participants will leave after day two with a master file on DVD of what they have shot.

The workshops are over two full days, will be held at Sun Studios Melb & Syd and lunch is included. Cost is $799 per person. For more information visit our website dslrcinema.com.au
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