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Reminder: Grading workshop with Warren Eagles TONIGHT

Remember a few years ago as a DOP you had 3 choices Fuji, Kodak or Tape and grading suites cost over a million plus to build?

Now you have heaps of shooting options and a DaVinci is free!

Freelance colorist and Resolve owner Warren Eagles will be showcasing what the Resolve can do for your pictures, both on set and in the grading suite. Warren will show you how to get started with the software, talking about and importing the increasing number of digital formats along with their pros and cons. He will discuss LUTs, and how they can simplify the grading process for all parties.

In conjunction with Warren's presentation, Nick Buchner will discuss the Sony F65 & F3, and display a pre production NEXFS700, which has just been released at NAB2012.

This workshop is open to both members and non-members of the ACS. Please RSVP to Graham Bennett via the email link below, then come and enjoy beer & nibbles supplied by Videopro & Sony!

TONIGHT - Tuesday 8th May at Videopro
37 Eagleview Place, Eagle Farm
6pm - 9pm

Click here to RSVP »
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We also have some other great workshops coming up in the ACS calendar:

Lemac talks NAB and Sony F65 at their New Sales Showroom

Lemac will be holding a 'Post NAB' info night at their new sales and training facility. If you can't keep track of all the releases that happen during NAB, or just want to have a good old camera-nerd discussion with like minded people, then come on down and check out the new Sony F65 while you're there.

Please RSVP to Simon Russell via the email link below.

Tuesday 15th May at Lemac
37 Brookes Street, Bowen Hills
6pm - 9pm

Click here to RSVP »
View in ACS Events Calender »

'Manipulation of Time' workshop - SAVE THE DATE

This exciting workshop will bring together some of the most experienced shooters of timelapse and motion control cinematography.

Heading up the workshop will be Brendan Williams ACS, discussing the different techniques for manipulating time, from timelapse to bullet-time and everything in between. Other speakers will include Daniel Graetz and Jeff Gaunt, who both share a wealth of knowledge on the latest technology, as well as the entire process with this style of cinematography from capture to post workflow.

More information on this workshop will be released shortly, but for now save the below details in your diary.

Tuesday 5th June at Griffith Film School
Cnr Vulture Street & Dock Street, South Brisbane
5:30pm - 8:30pm


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