Cinematography Workshop: Mastering Interviews with Cinematic Technique from Nat Geo & Netflix DP

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About the Instructor

Joe Gabriel is an award-winning Director/DP specializing in Branded Content and Documentary. A graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Joe has traveled the world shooting campaigns for brands including GE, Merck, NBC, Nationwide, and AT&T. Joe was the series DP for the Emmy-Nominated National Geographic series "Brain Games" and the new science series "Brainchild" for Netflix produced by Pharr...

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Class size

8 people max

Type

Single-Session Workshop

Session Duration

8 hours

Location

Brooklyn

Level

Intermediate

What you'll learn

A real world approach to shooting great looking interviews at any budget level. Learn how to choose a location, work with spaces that are less than ideal, and decide what creative style fits best. We will use case studies and hands on demonstrations to plot out different styles of framing and lighting to advance your cinematography technique.

The class will cover:
-Single Camera vs 2-3 Camera setups
-Conventional framing vs unconventional
-How eyeline changes lighting
-Different lighting styles: Beauty, Natural, Dramatic
-Utilizing natural light
-Putting together a quality portable lighting package
-Questions to ask/what to look for when choosing a location
-Studio vs Practical locations

What you need

Students can bring their own cameras + tripods if they have them, so they can get hands on experience using the tools that they would use on paying work. There will be 2-3 cameras available for demonstration and those who do not have their own gear.

This workshop is being offered 1 time:

    • Saturday, Mar 9 (10:30AM - 6:30PM)

Reviews (2)

Average 5.0 Stars

Joe was great. First of all, he's just a nice dude. More importantly, he clearly took the time to review my work ahead of time and came in with thoughtful feedback and suggestions.

February 2019

Joe was a wealth of knowledge and gave me great ideas to help improve my game. I highly recommend speaking with him about your upcoming project!

February 2019

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A real world approach to shooting great looking interviews at any budget level. Learn how to choose a location, work with spaces that are less than ideal, and decide what creative style fits best. We will use case studies and hands on demonstrations to plot out different styles of framing and lighting to advance your cinematography technique.

The class will cover:
-Single Camera vs 2-3 Camera setups
-Conventional framing vs unconventional
-How eyeline changes lighting
-Different lighting styles: Beauty, Natural, Dramatic
-Utilizing natural light
-Putting together a quality portable lighting package
-Questions to ask/what to look for when choosing a location
-Studio vs Practical locations

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