"Filmmaking for Photographers" com Eduardo Angel
The main goal of this workshop is to help photographers' transition into video.
Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias
Alunos e professores ULHT - 100€
Ex-Alunos ULHT - 200€
Externos - 300€
Limite de 14 vagas
Eduardo Angel é um Visual Storyteller, Consultor de Tecnologia independente e Professor que vive e trabalha entre Brooklyn, NY e Lisboa, tenho sido galardoado com um prémio EMMY em 2014.
Mestre em Fotografia pela Savannah College of Art and Design e bacharel em Arquitetura pela Universidade de Los Andes, Eduardo foi professor na School of Visual Arts, no International Center of Photography e no Fashion Institute of Technology, todos em Nova York, e desenhou e implementou o programa de fotografia do Savannah College of Art and Design.
Eduardo é regularmente convidado como conferencista na NAB, WPPI, PhotoPlus e Photokina. Cofundador da empresa de produção The Digital Distillery e autor de cursos cinematográficos populares em Lynda.com, Kadenze.com e eduardoangel.com.
Atualmente é também membro dos programas de elite Tenba Visual Artists, X-Rite Coloratti e Tether Tools Pro e foi Beta Tester oficial da Adobe para os programas Lightroom e Premiere Pro.
The main goal of this workshop is to help photographers’ transition into video by simplifying key concepts and providing shortcuts, resources, and advice, as well as guidance while constructing a short film.
One of the main challenges photographers face when starting to shoot video is to focus too much on hardware and software, and for¬get about the most important part; the story. While this workshop includes some technical information, the main goal is to provide an overview of the many aspects of filmmaking and contribute to the developing of each person’s skills on filmmaking, from the idea to the final object.
Today, we have access to a variety of brands and models of very compact cameras that can see in the dark, shoot 4K or higher resolutions, offer incredible frame rates, and even offer GPS and WiFi features so they can be easily controlled by smartphones and tablets. The future is definitively here.
Throughout the three days students will go through the stages of pre-production and plot design (day 01) image and sound capture (day 02) and final editing and post-production (day 03).
Here is a list of the key areas, concepts and techniques that will be addressed throughout the workshop:
How to switch to a "filmmaker's brain"
- Truly understand the director’s and director of photography’s roles
- How to work with scripts, shot lists, and storyboards
- The basics of composition for motion: establishing a scene, creating perspective and moving the camera
- Color theory and how you can use it to enhance the story you are telling
- The role of lighting to enhance stories and direct the viewer’s attention
- The crucial role of sound in motion
- How to use the right gear from cameras and lighting gear to mics, rigs, and key accessories
- The art and craft of editing
- Post-production workflows and how to organize your asset