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Introduction to Filmmaking
Writing and Directing
Digital Imaging (DIT)NOTE: This workshop is in person. It is recommended that participants wear a mask while on the premises.
In the age where digital cinematograpy continues to evolve, cameras now come with digital storage. A digital imaging technician (DIT) is ultimately responsible for all the technological aspects of the workflow from camera, recording, transferring media with data integrity, to consulting with the director of photography to realize their vision in a digital production environment. In this workshop, an experienced DIT will teach you: how to handle digital files on-set, the beginning of colour science and light theory, a one light scenario, and the essentials of backing up. Students will see a demonstration of working with different camera files with the DaVinci Resolve software, as well as learn about digital media frame sizes, resolutions, and codecs when preparing files for post-production.
Computer knowledge (Mac preferred) is absolutely necessary along with an understanding of math equations. The Camera Theory workshop is strongly recommended as a prerequisite. This course is recommended as a companion to the Colour Theory, RED Epic Camera, Blackmagic Cinema Camera and URSA Mini Pro and Digital Colour Grading with DaVinci Resolve workshops.
Sat 25 November 2023, 10 am - 6 pmInstructor: Andrew Richardson
Andrew Richardson is a digital imaging technician and motion capture technician from Toronto. After earning his Bachelor of Information Technology from Carleton University in 2015, Andrew combined his passion for filmmaking with his expertise in digital management. In film production he dedicates his time to on-set color design, camera technical assistance, and data management. In animation and video game production he specializes in performance capture, using cameras and trackers to record real-time motion data. Andrew is a current member of the International Cinematographers Guild, Affiliate Member of the Canadian Society of Cinematographers, and Associate Member of Colorist Society International.
Location: 1137 Dupont Street, Toronto, Ontario M6H 2A3
Maximum Capacity: 6
8 hours of instruction $125 /member$150 /nonmember