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Live Web Q&A with Cinematographer Dave Garbett: Tips and tricks for Filming Car Interior Travelling Process Shots

  • 22 Apr 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • On-line via Zoom meeting link

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  • Free to NZCS members. Link provided in e-mail to registrants

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Live Web Q&A with Cinematographer Dave Garbett: Tips and Tricks for Filming Car Interior Travelling "Process" Shots.

This is a Special Event for NZCS members only on Wed, April 22nd at 1.00pm

Join cinematographer Dave Garbett and moderator Donny Duncan NZCS for the first in a series of on-line NZCS live-at-home Professional Development interactive web sessions during the Covid 19 Lockdown. 

As Director of Photography on TV shows such as Legend of the Seeker, Spartacus, Atlantis, 800 Words, The Bad Seed, Ash vs Evil Dead, two feature films, numerous short films and 2nd Unit roles, Dave Garbett has amassed a wealth of experience and has volunteered to share some of that knowledge in an informal web Q&A session.

                 

The subject Dave has chosen to launch with is the art of shooting convincing travelling vehicle interior dialogue scenes in cheated studio or "process" situations. This will include night scenes, dynamic light sources, rear projection and green screen techniques. Through many years of trial and error Dave has come up with some creative approaches that may save you some of the hard work he has gone through by experimentation, in the past.


The Q&A will feature video excerpts, diagrams and plans of set-ups and the opportunity to join in the live chat to ask questions or provide feedback.

You'll need to have the free Zoom app installed on your computer. When you register for the event on the NZCS website, you'll receive an e-mail with a link to the session.




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