THE LATEST CINE LENSES FROM CANON

Join Ryan Snyder for a look at the latest Cine lenses from Canon featuring the new compact and lightweight 18-80mm zoom lens with full external servo control for drama, docs and more. Ryan will also demo a set of prime lenses capable of full 4K resolution with outstanding optical performance.

Click here to RSVP.  This event is free.

Interested in buying or renting Canon products? Click here to email us or call 800-rule-com.

Missed a Learning Lab? Click here to catch up!

PARKING FOR RBC EVENTS:

If our parking lot at 395 Western Avenue is full, please park at the Brighton Mills parking lot at 360 Western Avenue, Brighton. Please be sure to RSVP so we can forward the parking pass for your dashboard if you park in this overflow lot, or click on RBC PARKING PASS to print your own. Thanks.

 

*POSTPONED* Canon Learning Lab

This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled later this Fall. Stay tuned for a new date coming soon. 

POSTPONED: Canon specialists Ryan Snyder and Paul Hawxhurst return for an in-depth look at the C300 Mark II Firmware Update and Canon Log 3, along with an overview of the new Compact Cine Servo 18-80 lens, and much more!

Interested in buying or renting these or other Canon products? Click here to email us or call 800-rule-com.  Take advantage of Canon’s $4,000 Instant Rebate when you buy a C300 Mark II through September 30, 2016.

Missed a Learning Lab? Click here to catch up!

PARKING FOR RBC EVENTS:

If our parking lot at 395 Western Avenue is full, please park at the Brighton Mills parking lot at 360 Western Avenue, Brighton. Please be sure to RSVP so we can forward the parking pass for your dashboard if you park in this overflow lot, or click on RBC PARKING PASS to print your own. Thanks.

Camera in Action with Zach Zamboni at Maine Media Workshops + College

Maine Media Workshops + College offers a variety of courses in photography, filmmaking, multimedia, and more. Join them for the CAMERA IN ACTION Workshop with DP, Zach Zamboni in September where attendees will have an opportunity to “develop cinematic techniques to capture fluid motion and dynamic scene coverage” over 7 days in scenic Maine.

FROM MAINE MEDIA WORKSHOPS:
This course covers the creative use of the camera in dramatic film and television production, and includes the artistic and technical responsibilities of the Director of Photography.

The course explores shot design, camera technique, point-of-view, aspect ratio, lens selection, and scene coverage for multi-camera shoots. Students will also gain insight to the working relationship between the Director of Photography and the crew.

Through lectures and hands-on production of reality-based, documentary and narrative scenarios; students come to understand the requirements for shooting in the field. Learn to prepare for shoots to provide the best camera coverage to ensure that the final edit is smooth. Every shoot is multi-camera in this intense workshop.

Students work side by side using identical set ups, including Sony F55s, custom handheld rigs, Canon compact zooms and industry sponsored cine primes, on a different location almost every day. Students are expected to shoot on their toes and protect each others’ back as a series of unknown elements are designed to surprise them while in action. This workshop tests students on their technical and creative skills as filmmakers. Students review their dailies to study growth during this highly active workshop.