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New Workshop Bundles

New Online Workshops

AbelCine Training educates serious imagemakers on all levels on professional production technology encompassing cameras, optics, audio, lighting, workflows and post solutions. We are focused on providing attendees with unbiased and practical knowledge that can be immediately put to use in the field.
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Workshop Bundles
AbelCine Training now offers bundles of our popular in-person and online workshops at a discounted rate. Many of our Core Concept and DIT / Engineering workshops can be bundled with camera workshops, giving a more complete understanding of these systems. For certain bundles, we let you select the workshops you want to take. Explore our bundles below.

04/22

UnderstandingColor&Gamma
Wednesday, Apr 22nd - 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Focusing on the theory and reality of color, this workshop covers how color and contrast are created both in our eyes and in the digital world. Topics such as color space, color gamut, sub-sampling, bit depth, luminance, and various color standards will be covered, along with a discussion of how color may differ between various camera models.

04/22

RawLogUncompressed
Wednesday, Apr 22nd - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Part of the Digital Cinema series, Digital Camera 401 is all about cameras that shoot in Raw and Log modes. From the new Blackmagic Cinema Camera all the way up to the Red Epic and Sony F55, this class focuses on working with and exposing for Raw & Log.

04/23

Cam.Paint.Match
Thursday, Apr 23rd - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Camera matching is important step when working in a live production environment where live cutting occurs. As part of the Digital Technician series, this workshop demonstrates the methods and tools used to match cameras. Focus will be on white / black shading, camera painting controls, matrix adjustment, and paint box remote control.

04/28

CameraSensors&Exposure
Tuesday, Apr 28th - 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
This 3 hour class focuses on all the aspects of a camera sensor that will ultimately affect your image. Learn the tools and techniques for proper exposure, and what to look for when selecting a camera. Topics include sensor types, ISO & Gain, Shutter, Resolutions, Aspect Ratios, White balance, and much more. This class is appropriate for anyone new to digital cinema and those interested in how sensors work.

09/01

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Tuesday, Sep 1st - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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04/22

UnderstandingColor&Gamma
Wednesday, Apr 22nd - 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Focusing on the theory and reality of color, this workshop covers how color and contrast are created both in our eyes and in the digital world. Topics such as color space, color gamut, sub-sampling, bit depth, luminance, and various color standards will be covered, along with a discussion of how color may differ between various camera models.

04/22

RawLogUncompressed
Wednesday, Apr 22nd - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Part of the Digital Cinema series, Digital Camera 401 is all about cameras that shoot in Raw and Log modes. From the new Blackmagic Cinema Camera all the way up to the Red Epic and Sony F55, this class focuses on working with and exposing for Raw & Log.

04/23

Cam.Paint.Match
Thursday, Apr 23rd - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Camera matching is important step when working in a live production environment where live cutting occurs. As part of the Digital Technician series, this workshop demonstrates the methods and tools used to match cameras. Focus will be on white / black shading, camera painting controls, matrix adjustment, and paint box remote control.

04/28

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Tuesday - Wednesday, Apr 28th - 29th
The Zeiss Cine Lens Certification, lead by Zeiss Service Trainer Simon Sommer and AbelCine Senior Lens Technician Jeff Marzigliano, is split into two sections and is geared towards Sales Reps and Rental Technicians who wish to gain more knowledge about Zeiss Lenses.

04/28

CameraSensors&Exposure
Tuesday, Apr 28th - 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
This 3 hour class focuses on all the aspects of a camera sensor that will ultimately affect your image. Learn the tools and techniques for proper exposure, and what to look for when selecting a camera. Topics include sensor types, ISO & Gain, Shutter, Resolutions, Aspect Ratios, White balance, and much more. This class is appropriate for anyone new to digital cinema and those interested in how sensors work.

04/28

MediaCompressionFormat
Tuesday, Apr 28th - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
This three-hour course focusing on the many different HD video formats. The course is designed to give camera operators, producers, and editors a better understanding of the video formats available today and how they compare with each other.

04/29

Camera_InsOuts
Wednesday, Apr 29th - 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Devoted to camera inputs and outputs, this class will familiarize participants with the many types of digital and analog video outputs, along with timecode, genlock, remote control, and audio inputs. Learn about camera monitoring, and how to effectively use your camera in a multi-camera environment. Topics also include the use of external recorders, SDI specifics, and external audio syncing. Different camera systems will be demonstrated throughout the class.

04/29

RawLogUncompressed
Wednesday, Apr 29th - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Part of the Digital Cinema series, Digital Camera 401 is all about cameras that shoot in Raw and Log modes. From the new Blackmagic Cinema Camera all the way up to the Red Epic and Sony F55, this class focuses on working with and exposing for Raw & Log.

05/05

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Tuesday - Tuesday, May 5th - 30th
The ARRI AMIRA combines the image quality of the popular ALEXA camera with a form factor of a light weight ENG system. This camera is designed for run and gun work, with features that make operation both easy and efficient. AbelCine has put together a course on how to use this powerful tool in a variety of ways.

05/06

MediaMMakingCopy
Wednesday, May 6th - 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
This class is designed to demystify the digital loader position. The first half of the class will cover all media types, connections and their speeds, and basic computer science. The second half will cover various offloading programs and best practices and will include hands-on time with a number of media offload stations, card readers, and programs.

05/06

MediaMComplexSetup
Wednesday, May 6th - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
An advanced version of our Media Management: Making the Copy class, we’ll cover more complex methods of on-set work, including basic transcoding, FTP setup, 10g offloading, and applying LUTS. We’ll also go over options available for building a cart.

05/11

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Monday, May 11th - 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
The Digital AC101 Basic Knowledge & Practices class is designed to give the student a good grounding in all aspects of a professional motion picture camera. Students will learn all the key components that are used to build a professional camera system and will become familiar with the functionality of all pro tripod and fluid head platforms. Camera support form and function are discussed and built as well as all accessories relating to camera body and lens function. Routing of electronics and electrical accessories, along with various cable connectors and their function will be discussed. We’ll also cover lens design and function as well as building accessories onto lenses.