This cinematography course is taught in three classes; camera, lighting, and lenses. You can sign up for each class separately, or you can sign up for all three classes and save $50.
Class 1: Camera, Saturday, June 12 from Noon to 3 p.m.
Designed to develop visual storytelling skills for anyone with basic experience with cameras. The class is relatable to classic still photography, applied to motion picture narrative.
It focuses on how cinematographers approach narrative visual storytelling and set their cameras to express cinematic visual language.
• How to set up a motion picture camera to produce a "professional Hollywood-grade" image
• How to break the "professional Hollywood Image" to evoke emotion from an audience
• Camera operating and composition for motion picture
Anyone with a basic understanding of still photography and interested in learning more about video and cinematography
• DSLR or mirrorless camera
• Note pad or note-taking device
About the Instructor
Ángel Granados served as an in-house cinematographer for the American Society of Cinematographers in Hollywood. After 16 years of professional documentary and narrative work in 15 countries, he now serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor at Austin Community College and a Lecturer at UCLA graduate cinematography program. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Directing from San Diego State University and a Master of Arts degree from UCLA Department of Film, Television, and Digital Media
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Precision Camera & Video, 2438 W. Anderson Lane Suite B-4, Austin, United States