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AbelCine's British Invasion Tour with Den Lennie, Alister Chapman and Geoff Boyle

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AbelCine presents the British Invasion Tour, workshops led across the country by three industry experts: Den Lennie, Alister Chapman and Geoff Boyle (who all just happen to be Brits).

First, learn all about Raw Formats, Shooting, Workflow and Post in a two-day workshop led by Geoff Boyle. This class covers a basic understanding of raw formats, the difference between Looks and LUTs, and an overview of rushes and approaches to shooting and finishing in post and also features a hands-on portion. This class will run from November 3-4 in Burbank and November 10-11 in Atlanta.

Know Your Gamma with Alister Chapman is a one-day workshop which seeks to demystify Gamma for camera operators, DPs and DITs. Learn what gamma is, why it's important, and how different types of gamma can affect the images you capture. This workshop is taking place on November 27th in New York City.

Den Lennie and Alister Chapman lead the workshop Working with Large Format Cameras in the Real World. With the ever-growing world of large sensor cameras and the unique challenges they present, learn how to use these tools and make money while you're doing it. This workshop is taking place on November 28th in New York City.

Finally, Den Lennie leads the two-day Cinematic Production Workshop which seeks to get you past the technical considerations of your camera system and to focus on the creative applications and use of a moving image. This class runs from November 29th-30th in New York City.



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