I'll be one of the speakers at this free event in London:
My Cardiff based shoot, edit and upload course in March 2012, featuring Sony XDCAM cameras and Adobe Premiere Pro editing software is now fully booked, but Cyfle are accepting enquires for the next one:
The course is aimed at Producers, Journalists, Researchers, Stills Photographers, Editors, DSLR Shooters, Film-makers, Web Authors and anyone who needs to create on-line video content.
You'll learn the process of scripting, shooting, editing and uploading video for viewing and distributing on line. We cover the basics and touch upon the more advanced features of shooting on Sony EX1/3 cameras, editing on Adobe Premiere Pro and outputting and uploading for the internet.
If you live in Wales you could qualify for funding for this course:
If you're in Stockholm on Tues 14th Feb, some along along to the Adobe Post Production event: http://www.karrby.se/adobe/videoevent_2012_02/video_fotografiska.html
Some of the leading creativies and industry partners will be showing how to increase the quality and productivity of your workflows. I'll be joining Adobe, HP, Nvidia, Wacom, Matrox and Nikon, and I'll be demonstrating colour correction and grading techniques for Red Giant's Magic Bullet Suite of post production plug-ins:
Visual Storytelling with Magic Bullet Suite
Colourist and Adobe Certified Instructor Simon Walker, will show how colour grading techniques are used in film, and will provide practical demonstrations how to create moods, suggest genres, and to inform the audience of the motivations of on-screen protagonists without using dialogue. Simon will be demonstrating correction techniques in Premiere Pro and After Effects using Red Giant's Magic Bullet Suite of colour correction plug-ins, and will reveal some of the time-saving secrets of creating custom presets.
Colour grading seminar in Dublin, 28th Jan 2012
An inspiring look at aspects of colour grading and colour correction for editors, film-makers, post production artists and producers.
This one-day seminar will get you thinking like a colourist and is designed to give you the insight and tools you need as a film-maker or producer to capture the right look for your film, documentary, short, commercial or on-line video. During the seminar, I'll be analysing images and getting to the heart of what makes a successful grade, covering story exposition using visual language and I'll show how grading can change the mood and atmosphere of a film.