In this one-day hands-on workshop taught by industry pro Stephan Recksiedler, you will be introduced to the Winnipeg Film Group’s newest camera, the RED ONE MX.
During the workshop you will get a complete overview of the camera menus and options.
The workshop will also cover: Complete camera build up with monitoring, lens choices, and equipment testing.
Exposure dynamics – Shooting RED in low light, high contrast, and daylight exterior
Instructor: Stephan Recksiedler
Max 6 participants
For more information on workshops, please contact Ivan at the Winnipeg Film Group Production Centre at 925-3456 ext 109 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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ABOUT THE CAMERA
The RED ONE redefined digital cinema upon its arrival, democratizing 4K capture and challenging the status quo. Utilizing an S35mm image plane, the RED ONE displays a natural depth of field from 2K to 4.5K resolutions. Seize every moment with the ability to capture anywhere from 1-120 fps onto high-speed RED CF or SSD media. Interchangeable lens mounts and free firmware updates keep the RED ONE versatile, letting you and your equipment thrive on the cutting edge. A revolution always starts with ONE.Since its arrival, the RED ONE has established a pedigree of Oscar winning films, 3D features, and even magazine covers that have solidified its reputation as a reliable workhorse. Introduced as the purest digital alternative to 35mm film, the RED ONE has shot some of the most influential films of our time – from “Che” to “The Social Network”. Its ability to sustain brilliant 4K images in even the toughest environments has contributed to its enduring success as one of the greatest digital cinema cameras of all time.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Stephan Recksiedler has been a part of the Prairie’s vibrant film community for the past 14 years. Stephan has directed films, taught film-making classes, and was formerly the manager of PS Prairies Camera Department. Stephan has serviced many motion pictures including, Tideland, Capote, and Canada’s first all Red Camera feature film Hybrid.