DSLR Dynamics Workshop & DVD

DSLR Dynamics

Seeing is believing, as the old saw goes. Hearing is believing, too.

If you’re a videographer or photographer just getting into video, check this out: Barry Andersson, co-author of The DSLR Filmmaker’s Handbook, is conducting a DSLR Dynamics workshop tour with dates on the East Coast and in Toronto through November 24. For interested folks based elsewhere, there’ll be a DVD of the workshop available December 31. To see the tour schedule or buy the DVD, visit the Dates/Sign-up page of the tour website.

The workshop is a day-long event that covers these filmmaking and video topics:

  • Best lighting practices
  • Camera, lenses, and camera settings
  • Adding movement to video
  • Effectively capturing sound

There’s also an editing and post-production segment to close out the day.

Shure is a sponsor of this event, and you’ll see (and hear) several of our products demonstrated over the course of the day, including FP Wireless and VP83 LensHopper Camera-Mount Condenser Microphone. So, if you’ve been thinking about using our gear with your DSLR rig but wanted to see it in action first, this workshop is a good opportunity for you to do exactly that.

A few Shure Associates were lucky enough to attend the recent Chicago workshop. Thomas Banks was one of them, and this perspective stuck in his mind afterwards: “The industry used to regard DSLRs as non-professional toys, but that’s ancient history: at least 50% of all commercials you see on TV are shot with DSLRs, and blockbuster films like The Avengers use them by the truckload.”

Food for thought in a changing technologyscape.

Allison Wolcott

Allison Wolcott started singing at Shure and aspires to dive bar gigs. She wishes she were Brandi Carlile, Neko Case, and Johnny Cash all rolled up in a voice box. Once upon a time, she was a ballet dancer, and that’s why she walks funny. Interviews with product developers and general Shure news are her beat, but shhhhhh…she also writes fiction.

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