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Small Crew Production 101

Overview

Companies are now building in-house video production teams (generally made up of 1-5 people), to create ongoing and high quality content for both their web presence and social media outlets. Corporate video production companies have also changed in terms of their structure and resources. While the equipment has gotten much better and less expensive, the crews have gotten smaller and smaller!

With this new production landscape this full day workshop created by Jem Schofield of theC47 will focus on small to no crew video production where you will learn about effective project planning, current digital cinema cameras (and how to effectively use them), lenses (primes versus zooms), related support gear, audio recording and cinematic lighting techniques that are best suited for small crew productions.

The workshop will be delivered in a conversational style that will allow the presenters to work effectively with their crew (attendees), while still teaching their process and craft. Exactly like being on an actual, working set!

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE…

• Project Planning
• Working with Digital Cinema Cameras
• Understanding HDR Production
• Exposing for Log & Working with LUTs
• Cinematic Lighting Techniques
• Camera & Lens Tips & Tricks
• Effective Sound Recording
• Working with Talent
• Traveling with Gear
• Working effectively as a small crew and getting great results.

Check out some of Jem’s recent work with Lynda.com like Vlogging for Business, Cinematic Video Lighting and Advanced Cinematic Video Lighting.

Upcoming In-Person Workshop Dates

07/10

Monday, Jul 10th - 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: AbelCine, Los Angeles
Small Crew Production 101 - LA 7/10/17: $250.00
Enroll

  • Project Planning
  • Working with Digital Cinema Cameras
  • Understanding HDR Production
  • Exposing for Log & Working with LUTs
  • Cinematic Lighting Techniques
  • Camera & Lens Tips & Tricks
  • Effective Sound Recording
  • Working with Talent
  • Traveling with Gear
  • Working effectively as small crews, with great results

This workshop is intended for anyone who wants to learn how to effectively work on small crew productions.

Owner/operators, DPs and independent filmmakers will learn essential pre-production skills. Companies and institutions will learn how to successfully plan and shoot in-house video productions.

jemschofield

Jem Schofield is a producer, DP, director and educator. He is the founder of theC47, a production and educational resource focused on craft of video production and filmmaking.

For the past 20 years he and his company have produced corporate, commercial and educational content  for an ever expanding client base. Current and past clients include AbelCine, Apple, Inc., Canon, Cineo Lighting, Corus Entertainment, EMI, MAC Group, Manfrotto, Motley Fool, The New York Times, NPR, Quiet Revolution, Scottish Enterprise, Sony, TED, Tiffen, Walmart, Westcott, YouTube & Zeiss.

Jem is also an educational content creator & design consultant to many equipment manufacturers in the film and television industry (such as Apple, Canon, Cineo Lighting, Sekonic, Sony and Tenba). Most recently he has been working with the FJ Westcott company where he designed both theC47 DP Kit & theC47 Book Light Kit (based on their Scrim Jim Cine system). He also has two in-depth lighting courses, “Cinematic Video Lighting” and “Advanced Cinematic Video Lighting” with  Lynda.com / LinkedIn Learning.

For more information about Jem & his whereabouts visit http://theC47.com or his YouTube Channel where he posts a weekly content on video production, content creation and filmmaking at http://www.youtube.com/thec47