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Camera & Lighting Techniques 2: The Multi-Camera Interview

DP & Lighting Designer Rick Siegel will share his knowledge in an exclusive workshop series: Camera & Lighting Techniques for the Real World. Through lectures, discussion and hands-on exercises, participants will learn camera and lighting setups for every situation, the essentials to be able to work on their own or with a director of photography.

The series will cover how to maximize the location, how to light an interviewee to best effect, the decision process behind using one or more cameras, and how to make the best choices on set that will positively affect the edit. Each workshop in this series builds on the others, but also stands on its own.

Camera & Lighting Techniques 2 focuses on multi-camera shooting, lighting, and creative ways to tell your story.

Upcoming In-Person Workshop Dates

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
Location: TBD

  • Techniques, tips and tricks for multi-cam shooting
  • How to use two or more cameras to tell your story
  • How to develop your own creative two-camera techniques
  • What to consider when you use two cameras and lenses
  • How to create lighting that sets mood, tone and design within your compositions
  • How camera placement and lens choice effect the audience’s perceptions

This intermediate workshop is for those who understand single-camera interview techniques and want to learn or improve their multi-cam skills.

Rick Siegel is an award-winning photographer and lighting designer who R.SIEGEL.DP_-150x150has worked in film and television for over twenty-five years. He has been the DP on several feature films including Bomber, which won Best Feature at several major film festivals. Rick won an Emmy Award (Outstanding Achievement  for Single Camera Photography) for his work on ABC’s Crash the Curiousaurus. He has also designed and photographed over a hundred televised music and comedy shows, including several seasons of A&E’s Live by Request and PBS’s In the Spotlight series with Steely Dan and Nora Jones. For more information, visit www.ricksiegel.net and view his interview work at Rick’s FACES.