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2013 International Digital Cinema Workshop on July 12-28 (04:06)

Posted by Randal Kleiser, DGA on June 4, 2013 • 

 

"Join me in July for a comprehensive digital cinema workshop I'm programming. Tweet me questions."

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"The International Digital Cinema Workshop is an intensive two-week workshop designed to teach beginning, intermediate, advanced students and professionals the art of film directing in the digital age. Specific attention is given to the director/actor relationship and the Nina Foch method for training actors. The workshop takes place on the California State University, San Bernardino campus, with field trips to Hollywood. Participants attend workshops and master classes with producers, directors and writers, while developing and shooting their own short scenes and projects. At the end of the workshop attendees will travel to Hollywood for an exclusive day of  panel discussions, presentations and hands-on demos of all the latest digital production cameras at an important industry event."

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Read more on DigitalCinema.CSUB.edu and RandalKleiser.com


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RED Digital Cinema: Understanding Anamorphic Lenses

RED Digital Cinema: Understanding Anamorphic Lenses | Film | Scoop.it

Posted by RED Digital Cinema on July 25, 2013 • 

 

"Anamorphic lenses are specialty tools which affect how images get projected onto the camera sensor. They were primarily created so that a wider range of aspect ratios could fit within a standard film frame, but since then, cinematographers have become accustomed to their unique look. This article discusses the key considerations with anamorphic lenses in the digital era.

 

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Two classes of lenses are typically used in production: spherical and anamorphic. Spherical are more common and are the assumed lens type unless specified otherwise. Spherical lenses project images onto the sensor without affecting their aspect ratio. Anamorphic lenses, on the other hand, project a version of the image that is compressed along the longer dimension (usually by a factor of two). Anamorphic lenses therefore require subsequent stretching, in post-production or at the projector, in order to be properly displayed."

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Watch The Wolverine As Directed By Woody Allen - Cinema Blend

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The Official Comedy crew moves The Wolverine from the islands of Japan to the island of Manhattan, and switches the genre from Western to art house comedy.

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