Time & Location
About the Event
September 2021 - Every Saturday from 10 AM - 1 PM (Breakfast included at 9:30 AM)
FilmGatos, our popular Cinematography workshop is back!
There is nothing like being able to translate your vision into reality.
Cinematographers create unforgettable images and FilmGate recognizes that hunger to help our community.
You will learn technical and practical techniques, the in and outs of the business and the techniques that will get you to pro. There will be 3 treatments that will be chosen and filmed on the last day! *See your day to day below:
PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL BE ON REFUNDS DUE TO THE CLASS BEING PUSHED AND NOT BEING CANCELLED. However, you can replace this class with a another workshop.
Parking will be at the Courtyard by Marriott, located at 200 SE 2nd Street, Miami, FL, 33131. This is a SELF-PARK garage. Please bring your ticket to the studio for discount validation.
-Up to 4 hours = $5
-Up to 8 hours = $10
-Beyond 8 Hours = $25
Day1_PREP & WRAP
Who is the Cinematographer?
What does the job require?
Who hires the Director of Photography?
How to choose the right camera?
Preparing the equipment list.
Working with rental houses.
Owning your own gear.
Staging Equipment for production.
Wrapping the gear.
Day2_PRODUCTION KNOW HOW
Arriving on Set.
Working with your Keys.
Lighting the Set.
Depth of Field.
Specialty Tools & Rigs.
Creating the Mood.
Look & Feel.
Create a treatment for next class.
3x treatments will be selected to shoot on Day4.
Shoot 3x various scenarios based on the information we studied utilizing selected treatments from work shop participants.
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR:
Laszlo Thomas Nador
Capturing American scripts, memories and moments is what Laszlo does best. Coverage and direction of the picture is his specialty. He provides wisdom, vision, and style to ideas that have movement, surrounded by creative and technical professionals who magically make it so. His world is hypothetical, until it's real. It has many moving T-stops, filled with exposures. He studies specs and work in frames. High speed, skinny shutter and shallow depth of field is how he rolls. He operates motion picture cameras and shoots with dollies, cranes, jibs, sliders, and drones. Color is his friend. Flat lighting is his foe. He goes above and beyond to make it a film, a spot, a moment, a memory.