Following the launch of my training DVD, DSLR Video on Assignment, I’m back on the road again for the next couple of weeks, this time in the UK. I’ll be talking about HDDSLR shooting and how to create cinematic imagery in the real world. This past twelve months have been really hectic – I’ve been to the USA twice for events and held workshops in the Philippines, Singapore, Australia and China, but it’s really good to get back to the UK and speak to a home audience.
First up I’ll be speaking at the Canon Pro Solutions show at the Business Design Centre in Islington. It’s on the 26th and 27th of October and entry is free if you register in advance or eight pounds on the door.
I spoke at the Canon show last year and it was great to meet up with so many other HDDSLR shooters. I expect this year to be just as good so register now and pop down for my talk as well as the other speakers including the legendary Philip Bloom. I’ll be talking both days about my latest work from North Korea, Mongolia and South America and showing how I did the assignments.
Also, there are still a handful of tickets available for the HDDSLR workshop I’m holding with Den Lennie of the F-Stop academy. It’s going to be the first event of its kind I’ve ever done in the UK. Steadicam and Tiffen are supporting the all day event on the 29th of October (the day after the Canon show) at The London Filter Company. I’ll demonstrate the way I work and how the kit is set up for going into live events. It’s limited to a small group so there will be plenty of time for hands-on tuition. More details of how to sign up are here.
Here are just some of the happy students I’ve had the pleasure of teaching this year: