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AbelCine, Chicago

Upcoming Events

May 2017

Nokia OZO Intensive – Chicago

This one-day, intensive workshop is designed to teach attendees the basics of the Nokia OZO, including media, workflows and best practices.


Colorist Strategies with the ICA – Chicago

This is the most popular ICA class and is designed for industry professionals, assistant colorists and newer colorists. It covers colorist theory and a detailed look at color tools. It also suggests grading strategies, and session management techniques. There is a Nucoda Film Master to demonstrate and practice on, but the course content is not system specific and is useful for using and comparing all grading systems. Laptop systems are welcome in the class. Participants are encouraged to bring frames…


Advanced Color Design with the ICA – Chicago

AbelCine has partnered with the International Colorist Academy (ICA) to offer this advanced color design workshop aimed at everyone involved in designing the look and style of a project. The workshop will begin with a look at color harmonies and balance, and then apply these ideas to color grading through practical examples and experiments. The workshop will focus on the principal elements of an image that clients of commercials, television and feature films can all relate to: skin, sky, products,…


In-Depth: Canon C300 Mark II – Chicago

This in-depth, hands-on workshop teaches participants the skills need to operate the Canon C300 Mark II / C500 cameras. Designed for working professionals, as well as those who are looking to enter the field, the course gives detailed instruction on camera set up, operation and workflows. By the end of the two-days, attendees will have gained comprehensive knowledge of the C300 / C500 and the confidence to operate the camera in a variety of production scenarios.

June 2017

DJI Ronin Intensive – Chicago

Overview This day-long, intensive workshop is designed to get camera operators up to speed on the DJI Ronin and Ronin-M family of brushless gimbal systems. The workshop includes discussion of the technical aspects of the system and demonstrates various shooting techniques when using the Ronin. Single operator techniques and dual operator mode will be covered. This is a very hands-on course, and students will learn to physically balance and tune the Ronin. Working in small groups, each attendee will have…


MōVI Intensive Workshop – Chicago

Overview AbelCine offers the only Freefly-certified MōVI Workshop, which in this specially priced, one-day course is designed to fully immerse an experienced camera operator in all of the knowledge necessary to use the Freefly MōVI. Factory-trained AbelCine instructors will discuss and demonstrate the technical aspects as well as the craft and philosophy behind the MōVI system. Class size will be limited to ensure a maximum of three students to each MōVI M5,  M10, M15, or MōVI Pro.


Quick Start Sony Cameras – Chicago

AbelCine’s Quick Start for Sony Cameras gets attendees ready to use these cameras on their next project. The class teaches the fundamentals of prepping and operating Sony cameras and is designed for ACs or anyone already familiar with basic camera operation


In-Depth: Sony FS7 / FS7 II – Chicago

This in-depth, hands-on workshop teaches participants the skills need to operate the Sony FS7 camera. Designed for working professionals, as well as those who are looking to enter the field, the course gives detailed instruction on camera set up, operation and workflows. By the end of the two-days, attendees will have gained comprehensive knowledge of the FS7 and the confidence to operate the camera in a variety of production scenarios.


On-Set Media Management: Making the Copy – Chicago

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.


Digital AC Series: 101 – Basic Knowledge & Practices – Chicago

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.

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