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Workshop (Sydney – Nov 30) HOW TO: Create more compelling images for storytelling.

Learn how to tell compelling stories & create cinematic images with minimal tools to achieve professional looking results. Find out how to combine fundamentals of film and narrative work and apply them to documentary & factual storytelling.

Join Vitec Videocom ambassador Clinton Harn as he shares tips & tricks on conceptualising your project, storytelling, camera movements, shooting for the edit, choosing the right equipment and so much more.

Wednesday November 30 

Workshop Session 1: 1.00pm – 3.00pm 

Workshop Session 2: 6.30pm – 8.30pm 

Don’t have time to check out the workshop sessions?
Join Clinton for our casual drop-in session between 3.00pm to 6.00pm where you can ask you own questions or just check out the range of gear from Sachtler, Litepanels and OConnor

For more information go to the workshop registration page.

Hosted by:
Videocraft Sydney
Unit 5-6, 18-20 Hotham Parade
Artarmon NSW 2064
(entry from Sawyer Lane)
Cost: FREE!

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clinton_harnABOUT Clinton Harn

Cinematographer, filmmaker, producer and audio recording engineer, with a passion for creative technology that has seen him delve into almost every facet of creative & artistic media content. He has donned many roles such as an executive producer, art director, director of photography, assistant cameraman, focus puller, sound recordist, sound designer & mixer on short films & documentaries since 2002. His recent endeavours includes working as camera operator and AC to Rodney Charters ASC, known for lensing numerous TV dramas such as 24, Dallas, Shameless, Roswell, and many more. Clinton was the Director of Photography for the Australian feature film, “Pop-Up”, which premiered at the world famous Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on June 11 2016. “Pop-Up” made the top 16 films at the “Dances with Films” festival and was shortlisted from 2000 entries worldwide. AMFM Magazine described Pop-Up as a “superb indie gem” with “a well told story and mastery of craft” Two time academy award winner & director Malcolm Clark commissioned Clinton, to shoot segments for an upcoming feature documentary “Better Angels”, which looks at the political relationship & climate between USA & China. As an educator, his involvement in tertiary education has spanned over 15 years. Clinton is a full member of the Australian Cinematographers Society, writes for the Australian Cinematographer Magazine and is currently completing his Masters in Recording Arts & Sciences. He is a regular contributor and team member of newsshooter.com, a blog owned & run by Dan Chung & Matthew Allard ACS that focuses primarily on gear reviews, education, factual & documentary work.

 

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