CINEMATOGRAPHY AND LIGHTING WORKSHOP
The best way to learn filmmaking is by doing it
Are you a beginner or emerging videographer or cinematographer, looking to take your craft to the next level?
3 day theory and practical workshop ran by Tavis Pinnington - Cinematographer (Anak)
Cinematography, camera and lighting are one of the most crucial components to consider when making a film. Your role as a cinematographer relies on telling the story through the use of visuals. Using composition and lighting to convey an emotional response to story telling.
This cinematography workshop aims to teach aspiring cinematographers on how to convey an emotional response to story telling. The three day workshop will include a comprehensive course that talks about camera, composition, lighting and movement as well as practical elements such as lighting and framing a scene with a camera.
By the end of the three days, you’ll have an understanding on the role of the cinematographer and how to use these techniques to convey an emotional response to the films you make.
There’ll be three support workshops, each focusing on a different technical aspect of the craft.
January 2023, completed.
Breathe life into your vision with camera, motion and lighting, as director of photography Tavis Pinnington leads you through the practical essentials of working as a cinematographer.
In accordance with Cinespace mission and grant priorities, preference for places in the workshop was given to applicants who:
a) are best suited to the program based on application information supplied;
b) identify as being from a culturally diverse or First Nations background
c) live, work or study in Brimbank
Places were limited, and by application. While free to apply and the course cost is funded , a small non-refundable fee applied per day for successful applicants only (upon acceptance into the program), to cover light catering costs.
This project is supported by Creative Brimbank