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Award Winning Workshops DVD3 Advanced Camera Dolly Techniques (Volume # 3)

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  • "Secrets of the Masters" - Professional Dolly Workshop (DVD Training Video) for Film & Video Artists, Consists of: Building, Balancing, Operating

Award Winning Workshops presents Secrets of the Masters, a comprehensive DVD video workshop focusing on Advanced Camera Dolly Techniques. This workshop/training video explores the creative and technical use of the camera dolly in the television studio environment. Your instructor will walk you through track set-up and leveling, camera set-up, and a comprehensive camera dolly set-up using a Chapman Super Peewee II Camera Dolly, and a Sony BVP-90IS camera. Learn the importance of mastering the technical skills necessary to compose shots for talk shows, fashion shows, music videos, and drama shoots.

Uncover the secrets behind successful camera dolly work by tuning in to the "tips and tricks" utilized by workshop instructor Juan Berrera in his many years working in the film & television industries. His camera experience on projects as varied as the Academy Awards, National Geographic Explorer, MTV Unplugged, VH-1, to rock performers like the Beatles, James Taylor, Billy Joel, and many others establishes him as an expert camera instructor for this Award Winning Workshop.

This DVD Video Workshop Covers

Camera Dolly Set-up - Your instructor will walk you through track set-up and balancing, dolly building and balancing utilizing risors nad adaptors, camera set-up and modifications using a Chapman Super Peewee II Camera Dolly, Sony BVP-90IS broadcast camera, and Fujinon 8.5 x 5.5 wide angle lens
Prepare a meeting with the director - discover her/his style, and learn the logic behind shot assignment
Safety Procedures related to the gear
Multiple Camera Shoots
Explore Shot Design
Shot Composition
Rehearsing the Shot
Breaking the Rules
Tips & Tricks
Format DVD
Running Time 40 min

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      Comments about Award Winning Workshops DVD3 Advanced Camera Dolly Techniques (Volume # 3):

      It is an old video, and they show different camera moves, and composition. I always find a tid bit of knowledge in training videos. They focus on types of studio work, and I would have liked to see something more with feature films. But overall it is a good video.

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