DSLR Video for Photographers
Instructor: Val Bunao
Dates: 3-Day Workshop
Mon, Tue & Wed
October 8, 9 & 10, 2012
Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
This hands-on course introduces students to the practical operation and creative possibilities of shooting video with a DSLR camera. Topics are presented in a manner intended to simplify complex techniques and include manual operation of camera controls, shot types, camera movement, file types, basic editing, and managing projects and commissions.
-How to get ready to shoot video with your DSLR Camera
-Aspect ratio settings
-Managing frames per second (FPS)
-How to control temperature, the Kelvin (white balance)
-Functions of aperture and shutter in video
-Effects of different ISO settings in your video
-Customizing the picture style for video
-Choosing your rigs (tripod, monopod, glidecam, glidetrack, crane)
-Setting the audio (internal or external)
-How to do the musical score
-How to make timeline preparations
-Transition and Effects
-Workflow of a 1-man shooter (baptismal, kiddie party, debut, wedding)
-Basic Video editing
-Rendering the final output
The workshop does not show you how to use the camera. Participants should understand the relationship between shutter speeds and f-stops.
-DSLR with memory cards (CF card at least 133x,
SD Cards at least Class 6)
Fee: P4,500 inclusive of some gear use, handouts, snacks and certificate.
Early Bird Rate (Before September 22): P500 off the regular rate! = P3,999 only!
Camera Cart Members:P500 off the regular rate! = P3,999 only!
Bring a Friend: Get 20% off the regular rate! = P3,600 only!
**The discounts cannot be doubled up. Only one kind of discount will be given for each workshop.
Reservation: To reserve a slot, please contact 0928-7101211 or 0918-9171063. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Instructor
Val Bunao established his career as a freelance wedding photographer in 1989 and continued serving other studios up to present. In 2006, he tried editing wedding videos of other studios and eventually switched from wedding photographer to wedding videographer. He made he’s 1st one-man same day edit wedding video in 2008. He is also one of the lecturers for Canon's Photoskwela.