More and more companies are building in-house production teams to create ongoing content for their brands, products, and services. Generally, this is accomplished by creating small crews that are tasked with everything! The entire project from production to post. Additionally, corporate video production is changing in terms of company structure and the gear & resources that are being used. While the equipment has gotten better and less expensive, the crews have gotten smaller and smaller! With this production landscape becoming the new normal, this full-day field workshop by Jem Schofield of theC47 will focus on small crew video production where you will learn about effective project planning, small crew production gear (cameras, lenses, grip and lighting), audio recording tips & tricks and, of course, lighting techniques that are best suited for small crew productions.
Group meets directly at 8:30AM at Baza Studio: 34-36 W 32nd St., 4th floor, New York, NY 10001.
The workshop will be delivered in a conversational style that allows Jem to work effectively with his crew (including attendees), while still teaching the process and craft of small to no crew production. Exactly like being on set or on location!
Note: This workshop is limited to 25 attendees. Please register early as these tend to fill up fast.
Choosing the Right Equipment
Lighting & Shooting Interviews
Working with Talent
Properly Exposing Your Images
Effective Sound Recording
Working effectively as small crews, with great results
Target Audience: Directors of Photography, Camera Operators, Producers, Directors and anyone that wants to understand how to successfully work in modern, small crew corporate and in-house production environments.