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Lighting FundamentalsNOTE: This workshop is in person and require participants to wear a mask in order to attend.
This introductory class is an essential first step for those who want to learn the basic techniques of lighting for film and video. In this theory and practical demo class, participants will learn about different types of lights, their sources and applications; power basics for lights; the principles of light including colour temperature; establishing the style and logic of your lighting approach; and the essentials of light metering, gels and diffusion. Scenes will be analyzed to identify the different tools used, and the creative choices made to achieve a specific visual aesthetic will be discussed. This workshop is an essential foundation for anyone interested in the art of lighting working with a cinematographer and shooting their first film.
The Camera Theory and Cinematography Fundamentals workshops are strongly recommended as a prerequisite to this class. Participants are asked to bring work gloves to the workshop.
Sat 25 February 2023, 10 am - 6 pmInstructor: Raymond Tuquero
Camera Operator since 2005 and Cinematographer since 2009, Raymond Tuquero's freelance journey has hit many different aspects in the industry from corporate, commercial, live event, documentary and educational projects. Today, as a Cinematographer, Raymond navigates and leads teams through projects such as web series, indie short films, commercials and documentaries. With a student mindset always ready, Raymond takes all of his learnings and also enjoys sharing his experiences and industry knowledge with fellow industry colleagues. Whether a person is just starting out or working on their retirement, we grow and learn together to make this industry strive.
Location: 1137 Dupont Street, Toronto, Ontario M6H 2A3
Maximum Capacity: 8
8 hours of instruction $150 /member$175 /nonmember