Webinar: Basic Filmmaking Concepts

Our latest webinar, Basic Filmmaking Concepts, aired Monday, July 30th, 2012. If you missed out on the day or wanted a refresher we’ve got you covered as the recording is now available. Although we don’t have the questions from the live chat session that took place you can still comment on the vimeo page or in the comments below and we’ll answer promptly. Be sure to check back often as we reveal the next webinar topic and begin registration. You can also catch up on past webinar installments in the the Archive

Original post: July 17th, 2012
Our growing free, online webinar series continues at the end of this month with the latest installment, ‘Basic Filmmaking Concepts‘. Victor delves a bit more into theory and helps photographers transitioning into filmmaking with some of the core principles. Here’s a more official breakdown;

“This live, online webinar series is dedicated to teaching photographers the skills they need to turn their existing photographic knowledge into filmmaking prowess with their HDSLRs. This webinar will deal with understanding basic filmmaking concepts such as establishing shots and the 180-degree rule. For photographers transitioning into video, this must-see webinar will provide a basic understanding of what to look for as you journey down the path of becoming a filmmaker.”

Free Online Webinar Basic Filmmaking Concepts

Victor sets up a shot as part of the free Basic Filmmaking Concepts webinar

Mark your calendars for July 30th, 2012 at 1 PM Eastern Time. Registration is open now and this will ensure you don’t forget on the day of the event. You can view the live webinar and take part in the live chat as well – we’ll be on hand to answer any of the questions you have. If you can’t make the event don’t fret, we’ll have the full recording available on Cinevate.com shortly after the air date. If you missed the previous webinars, they’re available in the Archive. Finally, check out a quick teaser for the upcoming webinar below.

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