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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.

Workshop Series

10/25

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Saturday, Oct 25th 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
"How To Light & Frame For The Best Looking Interview Ever - Part II" is the next step in your hands-on learning experience with Director of Photography Rick Siegel. This intimate workshop (only 9 participants allowed) builds on the lessons learned in Part I and gives everyone in-depth, hands-on experiences with several different lighting/framing set-ups.

10/28

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Tuesday, Oct 28th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
In this intensive one day workshop the "gamma guru" Alister Chapman will explore the differences between conventional gammas and log gammas and the differences between normal and expanded color spaces.

10/29

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Wednesday, Oct 29th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
This full-day workshop covers the many functions of the C300 and C500 including detailed instruction on camera operation, lens choice, production techniques, and aftermarket accessories. Emphasis is on developing an understanding of the camera sensor, recording format, lens choice, menu systems, and color profile creation.

10/29

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Wednesday, Oct 29th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Sony PMW-F5 and PMW-F55 both offer a Super 35mm, CMOS image sensor, wide dynamic range, high sensitivity, and an extensive variety of internal recording options. AbelCine has put together a course on how to use these powerful tools in a variety of ways, including Raw recording, Log Recording, and Video with Scene Files.

11/12

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Wednesday - Thursday, Nov 12th - 13th
If you're in the business of content, you're in the business of change. On every front, at every step of the workflow, evolving digital, production and satellite technologies are driving the industry and impacting the way content is delivered to the world. Are you keeping pace? Make certain by investing two days at CCW+SATCON, the largest and most powerful media technology-related event on the East Coast – now produced by NAB.

11/18

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Tuesday, Nov 18th 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join AAdynTech for an overview of the LED alternative to HMI lighting. In this presentation, Industry expert Brad Dickson will share real world examples of sports, broadcast, and feature films productions that have switched to these high output LED sources. Examples include but are not limited to NBC for the Sochi Olympics and Feature Films such as Need For Speed. Senior Lighting Director at Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Brad Dickson will also cover the physics of light and show techniques to evaluate LED sources that relate to how the camera sees light. Hands on demonstrations will be included for all AAdynTech fixtures.

10/25

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Saturday, Oct 25th 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
"How To Light & Frame For The Best Looking Interview Ever - Part II" is the next step in your hands-on learning experience with Director of Photography Rick Siegel. This intimate workshop (only 9 participants allowed) builds on the lessons learned in Part I and gives everyone in-depth, hands-on experiences with several different lighting/framing set-ups.

10/29

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Wednesday, Oct 29th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
This full-day workshop covers the many functions of the C300 and C500 including detailed instruction on camera operation, lens choice, production techniques, and aftermarket accessories. Emphasis is on developing an understanding of the camera sensor, recording format, lens choice, menu systems, and color profile creation.

11/01

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Saturday, Nov 1st 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
In Techniques in Cinematography, Peter Stein, ASC will show you how to develop a good eye by studying the work of the masters. In this 4-hour workshop, he will review hard vs. soft light, the direction of the key, the ratio of key to fill, and how these techniques create mood.

11/03

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Monday, Nov 3rd 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Building on the topics covered in On-Set LUT Creation 101, this class will explore the creative side of LUT design.

10/29

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Wednesday, Oct 29th 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Sony PMW-F5 and PMW-F55 both offer a Super 35mm, CMOS image sensor, wide dynamic range, high sensitivity, and an extensive variety of internal recording options. AbelCine has put together a course on how to use these powerful tools in a variety of ways, including Raw recording, Log Recording, and Video with Scene Files.

11/04

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Tuesday, Nov 4th 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Sony FS100 & FS700 Workshop is designed to be a hands-on class covering the various functions of Sony’s newest NEX Super-35 cameras. You will gain a detailed understanding of the many features of the FS100 and FS700, including the menu system, camera operation, lens options, post-production workflow, and available accessories. Emphasis is on developing an understanding of the camera sensor, recording format, lens choice, and menu systems.

11/05

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Wednesday - Thursday, Nov 5th - 6th
This two-day course is an intensive, hands-on class designed to train a technically oriented Filmmaker, Digital Imaging Technician or Camera Assistant to the level of operating a Phantom Flex/Miro/4K in the field as a Phantom Technician.

11/10

Spectracal
Monday, Nov 10th 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
To truly judge your image on set, in post production, or in any color critical environment it is necessary to have a properly calibrated monitor. This course provides in-depth monitor calibration training using the latest software from SpectraCal. Topics range from basic brightness and contrast adjustments, to building ICC profiles and 3D LUTs. Learn both the theory behind monitor calibration techniques, and how to implement them with SpectraCal’s CalMan software. Attendees will leave with the practical knowledge needed to calibrate a wide variety of monitors using the best calibration software available today.