Cinematography Workshop: Camera, Lenses and Lights
This 6-hour workshop will cover three areas:
Exploring Digital Camera Settings: Introducing “normal” camera settings (shutter speed, white balance, frame rate, SLog etc.) using the Sony FS5 cinema camera as a way to explore “abnormal settings” for more artistic expression through most digital cinema cameras
Exploring Lenses: Working with focal lengths and storytelling, 4 factors of depth of field, prime vs. zoom, adaptors and speed boosters, lenses and “full frame” sensors
Exploring Grip and Electric: Learn about light quality, intensity, color & direction using the lights and grip equipment in the AFS Inventor
About the Instructor: Ángel Granados: After graduating from UCLA’s MFA Cinematography program, award-winning cinematographer Ángel Granados served as an in-house cinematographer for the American Society of Cinematographers in Hollywood. After 16 years of professional work in 15 countries, he now serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor at Austin Community College and a Visiting Assistant Professor at Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City.
For more information, visit https://www.austinfilm.org/event/cine-workshop-july.