San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Not quite the ‘issue’ it was a few years back but time perhaps to look at the latest developments in the field of looking after and ‘Dealing with Data’.
The speaker at this workshop is Lighting Cameraman & GTC member Neil Harrison.
Neil has over 15 years of experience in the broadcast industry in the fields of Drama, Documentary, Sports, News & Corporate television production.
Initially trained in Commercial Photography he has worked in Post-Production and as a broadcast and film credited editor plus a number of high profile television shows as Visual Effects Supervisor and shooting for VFX and second unit. For the last 4 years he has focussed on work as a freelance lighting cameraman and has been shooting worldwide including work in both Russia and the USA.
He also specialises in Visual Effects supervision and Digital Workflow consultancy.
The Holiday Inn,
Handycross, (Jnct 4, M40)
(nb the map shown elsewhere on this page refers to the centre of town rather than the venue!)
There is ample free car parking onsite.
Please note that as we have no sponsor for this event a £20 charge (cash please!) will be made on the day to cover refreshments and a restaurant lunch. Applies to members only.
9.00-9.30 Coffee and registration
Data & Codecs
Improving our Data Management Procedures
Establishing a workflow
Storage - hard drives & SSDs
11.00 - Coffee/tea break
11.15 - Looking at Useful Software
Da Vinci Resolve Lite is the best thing since sliced bread....
Imagine Shot Put Pro
Sony Catalyst Browse
12.45 - Lunch
13.45 - Dealing with your Footage
Working with log footage (esp. Sony S-log 2 & 3)
LUTs, in-camera & post
15.00 - Tea/coffee break
15.15 - Transcoding & dailies
Q & A
17.30 - Wrap
Enquiries to Clive North (GTC Workshops Organiser) -
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