Professional Lighting Workshop — with Jayson Crothers
Digital HD has brought filmmaking to the masses, but not without some major hurdles. Our desire to capture film-like images can be thwarted by something as simple as an insufficient understanding of how to make lighting work for you.
On Saturday, October 27th, IFP/Phoenix invites you into the production studios of Collins College to participate in a mid-level workshop on lighting, led by professional Cinematographer, Jayson Crothers.
This workshop is an excellent foundation for students and young filmmakers who want to bring the quality of their work to a professional level. Join us!
- Dates: Saturday, October 27, 2012
- Times: 12pm – 4pm
- Location: Collins College 14th Street Studio room S3, 1425 W 14th Street, Tempe, Arizona.
- Cost: $25/IFP Phoenix Members, $50/Non-member price (Walk-Ins – $10 additional)/Collins College students FREE
* Note: ALL Walk-Ins will be charged $10 additional. Please pre-register to avoid the walk-in fee.
** Collins College students must show their current student ID when checking in to get FREE admission.
This workshop is sponsored by
About Jayson Crothers
Jayson Crothers is an accomplished Director of Photography, studying and working with some of the world’s finest Cinematographers, including Wally Pfister, ASC, Janusz Kaminski, Phedon Papamichael, ASC, Bill Dill, ASC, and many others. He received his Masters of Fine Arts in Cinematography from the American Film Institute and his Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College Chicago. He’s photographed 20 feature films and has worked around the world with virtually every format available (both photochemically and digitally) as well as a few that aren’t around anymore.
As part of the new Professional Development series, this course is equivalent the successful completion of a 4-hour training course in the use of professional lighting for movie sets.
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