Panasonic AG-AF101 Camera & Lighting Overview

Topics covered include

Menu settings.

Basic picture composition, framing, getting enough coverage for an edit.

A brief overview of recording formats. A look at picture compression systems and post production workflow.

Exposure. How to expose correctly and using Zebra stripes.

Which lens to use, Optical problems, Adaptors, getting shallow depth of field.

Interlaced or progressive. Using various shutter speeds and frame rates.

How to rig the camera and shooting with camera rigs as well as hand held.

Working with audio, testing the signal path and simple microphone techniques.

Understanding of basic lighting. Tungsten or daylight. An explanation of degrees kelvin.

Shot descriptions, script abbreviations, eye lines, shot matching and perspective.

Course Overview:

This one day workshop is for people who want to familiarise themselves with the 101 as well as learning some basic shooting techniques.

This workshop will go through the menu settings of the 101 to enable you to understand the functionality of the camera.

You will learn basic shooting techniques including how the camera performs under natural light and under various artificial lighting conditions.

This workshop is designed to get you up to speed on using the 101 and you will come away with the ability to shoot with it confidently.

We include a look at lenses and how to get the 'shallow depth of field look'. The course involves classroom work as well as going out on location around the outside of the Olympic park next to our training rooms.

Course Detail:

Topics covered include

Menu settings.

Basic picture composition, framing, getting enough coverage for an edit.

A brief overview of recording formats. A look at picture compression systems and post production workflow.

Exposure. How to expose correctly and using Zebra stripes.

Which lens to use, Optical problems, Adaptors, getting shallow depth of field.

Interlaced or progressive. Using various shutter speeds and frame rates.

How to rig the camera and shooting with camera rigs as well as hand held.

Working with audio, testing the signal path and simple microphone techniques.

Understanding of basic lighting. Tungsten or daylight. An explanation of degrees kelvin.

Shot descriptions, script abbreviations, eye lines, shot matching and perspective.

Guide Price: 200 + VAT

Delivery: Classroom
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