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AbelCine, New York

Upcoming Events

May 2017

Understanding Color & Gamma – New York

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.


Raw, Log & Uncompressed – New York

Overview Many of today’s latest cameras offer Log & Raw recording modes, giving extended dynamic range and versatility in post. However, shooting in Log & Raw presents many challenges both in the field and in the post-production process. This class is an introduction to Log & Raw recording and its applications. Participants will be presented with technical and aesthetic implications of shooting in different Log & Raw modes, and discussions will be part theory and part practical application. We will…


Understanding Scopes – New York

This workshop covers the use of waveforms and vectorscopes on set. This workshop also demonstrates the use of many other tools used by modern digital cinematographers, including false color, zebra lines, and histograms. As part of this process, the workshop will also include a live demonstration of matching two different camera systems using scopes.


Monitor Calibration – New York

Overview To truly judge your image on set and in post, it is necessary to have a properly calibrated monitor. From a small on-camera LCD screen to large home displays, most monitors offer some form of calibration adjustment. This workshop demonstrates the methods and tools used to calibrate a monitor. Focus will be on white point adjustment, color & contrast adjustment, and the tools used to analyze a monitor. A bundle discount is available when you purchase all DIT Week…


LUTs 101: Theory – New York

Overview

Many of the latest camera systems offer either Log or Raw recording modes that give us the most possible information out of the camera. These features are great at keeping the original camera ‘negative’ as clean as possible, but at the same time they can leave your image on set looking very flat and boring. This is where the use of Look Up Tables (LUT) comes in, which are offsets that allow you to manipulate your image and create a look without affecting the camera originals. This workshop is split into two sections, LUTs 101: Theory & LUTs 201: Practical Application.

LUTs 101: Theory will demonstrate the process for creating a LUT for cameras like the Alexa, Sony F5 & F55, and Varicam. Specific focus is types of LUTs, LUT combinations and layering, and tools used for OnSet LUT creation.


LUTs 201: Practical Application – New York

Overview

Many of the latest camera systems offer either Log or Raw recording modes that give us the most possible information out of the camera. These features are great at keeping the original camera ‘negative’ as clean as possible, but at the same time they can leave your image on set looking very flat and boring. This is where the use of Look Up Tables (LUT) comes in, which are offsets that allow you to manipulate your image and create a look without affecting the camera originals. This workshop is split into two sections, LUTs 101: Theory & LUTs 201: Practical Application.

LUTs 201: Practical Application further expands on the curriculum of LUTs 101: Theory. This class explores the creative side of LUT design as well as applying LUTs in different post production applications. Working with live camera sources, this class demonstrates creating looks from various cameras. These looks will then be applied in a variety of post editing and grading applications.


Digital AC Series: 101 – Basic Knowledge & Practices – New York

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.


Digital AC Series: 201 – Building the Camera – New York

The Digital AC 201 class builds on knowledge gained from the 101 class. Participants will learn to build camera packages according to the needs of production. Issues such as aspect ratio, frame rates, monitoring scenarios, and codecs will be discussed. Once these criteria have been covered, the class will build a camera from the ground up into a complete package. Once built, each part of the system will be checked and tested. Internal and external recording scenarios will also be tested and discussed.


Wireless Video Intensive – New York

This workshop teaches the technical principles and hands-on configuration of wireless video technology for studio, handheld, and gimbal applications. It explores a variety of wireless video equipment used to monitor the camera on set, and setups are covered from a logistical and practical point of view.


Quick Start Sony Cameras – New York

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

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