ADVANCED CINEMATOGRAPHY – THE ART OF LIGHTING WORKSHOP
May 13 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost: Full members: $70.00/Basic members: $80.00/Non-members: Student rate $105.00 and Non-Student rate $160.00
(All non-member rates include an IFCO membership)
Instructor: Daniel Onizeczko
Registration Deadline: Monday May 8th, 2017
ONLY 6 SPOTS AVAILABLE!
Lighting for film is not just creating enough of a source to obtain an image on celluloid, lighting is an art. Composition of an image comes from illumination. Creative lighting heightens the viewer’s senses to depict a certain mood, define space or even depict time. Learn to shape and control light! Learn how to use lighting to add mood and atmosphere to your scene! Learn basic maintenance and safety! If you’re proficient in these elements, this will aid you in having a successful shoot.
If you are interested in learning more about the importance of proper lighting in filmmaking; sign up for this Advanced Lighting Workshop. You will have the opportunity to learn a variety of lighting techniques for both day and night.
Daniel Onizeczko hails from London (Ontario) and has lived in Montréal from 2008-2016 where he accomplished a BFA and MFA in Film Production from the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema at Concordia University. During that time he has worked extensively with all manner of film equipment and has even developed his own camera and projection devices. Daniel’s body of work tends towards the experimental and expanded cinema-installation practices, but is not limited to. He has worked on professional documentaries and has been employed as a cinema technician for the Phi Centre, DHC Art and Technicolor, as well as a Film Archivist for Concordia University. Currently Daniel resides in Ottawa and is the Technical Coordinator for IFCO.
Enrolment for this class is limited, and will be on a first come, first serve basis. If you’d like more information, or would like to register for the workshop, please contact our Membership Coordinator at 613.569.1789 or at email@example.com.