Visual Story Essentials – for Directors, DPs, Actors, Producers, and Anyone Who Needs to Understand Visual Storytelling Elements!

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Hi everyone,

Here’s a great seminar on VISUAL STORY

ESSENTIALS – a not-to-be-missed event for

directors, actors,

cinematographers, producers,

creative types, or ANYONE who needs to understand visual

storytelling elements! You can take the course IN PERSON at CBS Radford Studios, or ONLINE from ANYWHERE!

As always, there’s a great

discount for INFOLIST.com

details are below!

Good luck, have a great day, and

don’t forget to dream big!

-Jeff

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THE INDUSTRY

WORKSHOPS

presents

VISUAL

STORY ESSENTIALS

THE TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES OF

CINEMATOGRAPHY

And the impact these creative choices have

on the AUDIENCE – and on the production BUDGET.

with

DIRECTOR / CINEMATOGRAPHER

ROBERT

KIRBYSON

SATURDAY, April 29th,

2017

9am – 12 noon

at

CBS Radford

Studios

4024 Radford

Avenue

Studio City, CA 91604 Also availabLe ONLINE – so you can take the course from ANYWHERE!

Who should attend:

Directors,

actors, cinematographers,

producers, creative types, or ANYONE who

needs to understand visual storytelling elements!

*  What does your image say

about your story?

*  How do you tell a story

through IMAGES as well as words?

*  As a producer – what is

important about the type of camera used?

*  As a director, what shots

are needed to tell your story?

*  Or if you want to be a

cinematographer… Listen up!

This primer course is packed with

practical examples, fun stories (sometimes terrifying), and easy-to-understand

introductions to basic photography techniques that will help to form an

essential knowledge base for any professional in the motion-picture

industry.

Taking inspiration from great works

and through practical presentations, the goal is to develop an understanding

and appreciation for The 8 Cs of

Cinematography:

1.

 Cameras:  3D, HD, 1080, 4K, 8K!? What do

you need?

2.

 Compositon:  Lens length, depth of field,

camera height and angle, balance of light and dark äóî how do you choose what’s

best for your scene?

3.

 Color:  How can color influence mood,

performance, and overall story?

4.

 Convention:  Establishing shots, inserts,

mise en scíÂne – knowing the language of cinema.

5.  Continuity /

Cutting:  Ensuring that your individual shots will edit

together

6.

 Choreography:  Movement of actors and

elements within the frame, and moving the frame itself.

7.

 Completion:  Postproduction and color

grading.

8.  CGI:

 How do effects affect your project?

If you have a desire to better

understand what a cinematographer does, how it is accomplished – and, most

importantly, why – now is your chance to increase your storytelling abilities

in this information packed workshop.

By

the end of this workshop, you will:

–  Achieve a better

understanding of how images can impact a viewer through

artistic choices including framing, focus, light, color, and

movement.

–  Appreciate the

technical demands and constraints faced by

cinematographers.

–  Develop a basic

understanding of how to technically control an

image.

–  Be inspired to

create more compelling images that serve your movie’s

story.

PLUS – this will be a great

networking event to meet other industry professionals!

SPECIAL DISCOUNT

FOR INFOLIST.com!! Be sure to use discount

code INFOLIST when you

register at the link below, and get 15%

OFF!! That’s just $34 (normally

$40!) for a morning with a top industry professional!

REGISTER

NOW:

We will fill up fast – be sure to use your

discount code INFOLIST

to get your discount when you register

at: www.theindustryworkshops.com/559

Requirements: Bring something to take

notes.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

Robert Kirbyson is

a director with an extensive background in cinematography.  His

feature directing credits include the family film Snowmen,

the acclaimed comedy web series Ctrl for

NBC, and the thriller Redline, for which

he also served as Director of Photography.  Robert began his career in

Canada as a cinematographer and storyboard artist for many series including Sesame

Street.  He has also served as a filmmaking professor at

many institutions, including seven years as the cinematography instructor at

his Alma Mater, The University of British Columbia.

REGISTER

NOW:

We will fill up fast – be sure to use your

discount code INFOLIST to get

your discount when you register at: www.theindustryworkshops.com/559

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