By Dan Chung
I’m back in the UK on the 9th and 10th of January 2012 for more training workshops run with the Jacobs Pro lounge in London’s New Oxford Street. As before there will be two days of training aimed at photographers and videographers looking to shoot video in real world situations on DSLRs. It will be useful for anyone shooting news, features, documentaries, corporate assignments or just walking around.
These are guaranteed small group workshops with only a handful of places available so everyone will get some hands on tuition.
On Jan 9th I will cover the basic of DSLR shooting and how I work day to day. It will include the use of ND filters, audio adapters, support rigs, led lights, sliders, LCD magnifiers and EVFs. I will demonstrate my personal approach to shooting, illustrated by examples of my work. There will be plenty of tips learned from experience on assignment.
On Tuesday the 10th January will be an intermediate level and storytelling workshop which picks up from the previous day. It will also be suitable for anyone who has previously attended the introductory workshop or already has a good knowledge of DSLR video. We will discuss planning a shoot and story, practical sessions on interviewing technique, how to use motion to tell a story, more advanced audio techniques, multi camera shooting, timelapse and slo-mo.
The workshops will be £150 per day and will take place in the Jacobs Pro lounge, 74 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1EU.
To book a place please contact Filip or Donal on 0207 436 6996, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants should bring their own equipment if possible but there will be a limited amount of demo kit on show too.
Members of the British Press Photographers Association receive a 10% discount.