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Introduction to CineVic RED Cameras: V-Raptor, Gemini, Scarlet
January 27 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
This five hour workshop with instructor Brian Globus is for CineVic Members and Non-Members, to get familiar with our three RED camera packages, anamorphic lenses, and associated peripherals, for use in production.
From opening cases to offloading footage, the session will cover a complete workflow, including camera building, menus and settings, focus and monitoring, image capture, data management and safe handling of equipment.
The course has space for nine participants, three per camera, a structure used by most professional camera crews. Teams will have a chance to rotate and try all three RED cameras.
Participants will learn how to:
- build and configure cinema cameras in studio or on location
- use Atlas anamorphic lenses and related camera settings
- setup and operate remote follow focus and monitors
- navigate commonly used menus and settings
- capture footage with live stand-in performer
- offload and backup memory cards to external drive
- get inspired to rent and use REDs for your production!
Saturday 27 January 2024
12:00pm – 5:00pm
CineVic Society of Independent Filmmakers
#102 – 764 Yates Street in Millie’s Lane
$25 CineVic Members
Upon registration, participants will be asked to fill out a very short questionnaire regarding their previous experience with RED or other cinema production cameras and usage.
* Please note this workshop is now FULL — join the waitlist on Eventbrite *
Brian Globus has spent the last ten years working around cinema cameras and film sets. An active CineVic member, he has made a number of independent short films and music videos as a Cinematographer, Producer and Director. A member of the International Cinematographers Guild, Local 669, he works as a Camera Assistant on feature film and television series, most recently Reginald the Vampire, Season 1 & 2 for NBC Universal’s SyFy Channel. Brian is an Affiliate Member of the Canadian Society of Cinematographers, and operates a local production company www.milezeromedia.ca. He enjoys sharing what he has learned about filmmaking and exchanging knowledge with other creators. IMDB >>
CineVic acknowledges and respects the long and continuing history of the Lək̓ʷəŋən-speaking people, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, on whose traditional and unceded territory we carry out our creative activities.
CineVic gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of Canada Council for the Arts, Province of British Columbia, British Columbia Arts Council, and the CRD Arts & Culture Support Service.