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Rule Boston Camera is looking for a dynamic, production-savvy person to join our rental team — perfect candidates should be comfortable talking with our clients about the latest cutting-edge cinematography equipment.
Our rental agents form long-term relationships with our clients who are actively producing some of the best content here in New England and around the world.
If production and camera technology are your passions, please send a resume and letter of interest to General Manager, Brian Malcolm – email@example.com.
Now renting, the RED EPIC-W Helium 8K with these key features:
- HELIUM 35.4 Megapixel CMOS
- 8K 2.4:1 resolution up to 30 fps
- 16.5+ stops of dynamic range
- 275 MB/s data speeds
- REDCODE RAW + Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHR/HD
Click here for Rentals or call us at 800-rule-com for details.
Join SMPTE-NE for an evening with Producer, Editor, and DIT, Steve Sherrick, who will guide us through the role of the Digital Imaging Technician (DIT), from past history through its current transformation.
Over the past decade, the motion picture and television industry has seen a tremendous technological transformation. The majority of movies produced in 2017 are now captured digitally, which is the opposite of what was happening 10-15 years ago when most movies were shot on film.
The technological changes resulting from digital capture have been felt in every corner of the industry, and perhaps no role on set has been more at the forefront of this transformation than that of the Digital Imaging Technician, or DIT, for short.
In this SMPTE-NE presentation, Steve Sherrick, will guide us from the launch of the RED ONE 4K camera in 2007 through the current production landscape to see how this once, often-misunderstood job title plays a critical role in assuring that the image captured on set is faithful to the vision of the cinematographer and director.
Click here to RSVP. This event is FREE. Doors open at 6:30pm with Refreshments. Presentation starts at 7:00pm.
ABOUT STEVE SHERRICK:
Steve Sherrick has been working in the motion picture and broadcast television industry for over 20 years. As a Producer, Editor, and Digital Imaging Technician, Steve has worked on a wide variety of projects — from small corporate videos to Hollywood feature films. He currently splits his time between Digital Imaging Technician and running his own production company, Sherrick Creative, LLC, which focuses on content that improves the world around us. He is also the husband of a talented artist and educator and has two amazing kids.
Avid’s theme for NAB this year is “The Sky’s The Limit.” Get a first-hand look at some of their key announcements and new features at BAVUG’s NAB Recap meeting at Avid Headquarters in Burlington.
Registration is strongly encouraged to help calculate food/refreshments for everyone. All registrants will be eligible for the raffle. One lucky registrant will win a copy of Avid Media Composer!
Free registration for BAVUG meetings closes at 12pm the day of the event. After that, only paid registrations are available until 6pm.
Raffle prizes for this meeting are provided by Avid, Boris FX, iZotope, NewBlueFX and Rule Boston Camera.
**Doors open for check-in at 6pm** Enjoy refreshments, networking and socializing until the presentations start at 7pm.
Help usher in the 200th edition of IMAGINE plus celebrate IMAGINE’s 19th Birthday with an evening of networking, great music, fun, fabulous food and spirited libations at Darryl’s Corner Bar & Kitchen.
WHEN: Tuesday, May 9th, 6 – 9pm
WHERE: At Darryl’s Corner Bar & Kitchen in Boston
WHO: FEATURING The Legendary James Montgomery & His Band +1, Don Packer, on SAX
Photos from this event will be in the 200th edition!
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Starting out in the industry? Learning the ropes as a Production Assistant is where many get their start in the business. The Mass Production Coalition will be holding a PA workshop to prepare young industry members entering the workforce. This workshop teaches the skills to be a valuable Production Assistant on feature film and commercial productions in an immersive 1-day training program. Through hands-on training sessions and presentations, attendees gain knowledge to be a successful PA ready to work on set. The workshop is for new PA’s starting out as well as those already in the field- to hone their skill set, gain career insights, and make valuable connections.
Saturday, April 8th 9:30am-3:00pm at Red Sky Studios
*info and registration here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pa-workshop-tickets-32892040980
“It’s All True” is Emerson College’s Documentary Film Festival that features outstanding documentary work by Emerson students. Filmmaker Ross McElwee will kick off this year’s festival with a screening of his film “Bright Leaves” Wednesday, April 5th, and will host the student showcase the following evening. Both events will be held at 7pm in the Bright Family Screening Room.
*Click here for all the details
These events are free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:30pm.
Join WIFVNE with RBC Integration Engineer and audio guru, Skoty Rea, for a session on audio basics. Skoty will cover the basics of wireless lavalier microphone systems, including the gear you need, how it fits into your workflow, along with mic’ing techniques and etiquette.
All skill levels welcomed. The event is free with RSVP but space is limited, so reserve your spot today!
Click here to RSVP for this event via Women in Film.
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, and download/print/add this RBC PARKING PASS to your dashboard. Thanks.
Join your community of film and media professionals for a special Winter Meeting at WGBH Boston.
6:00 – 7:30 pm Cocktail Reception
7:30 – 9:00 pm Presentations
PRESENTATIONS TBA SOON!
*Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/winter-mpc-meeting-tickets-31761092282
PARKING & DIRECTIONS
Parking: Free parking is available in the garage at WGBH. Validate your ticket at the security desk when leaving.
SOLD OUT, but don’t despair!
This “On The Road” Learning Lab at Studio 16 with DPs Matt Workman (Cinematography Database) and Harvey Burrell (Windy Films) is officially SOLD OUT. Tune into Matt’s Cinematography Database YouTube Channel afterwards (stay tuned for “when” — Matt’s moving this week) for the video version showing various studio lighting set-ups with the ARRI L10C, S60-C with Chimera Softbox, SkyPanel and 1K. You’ll learn how to:
- Match/balance against window light
- Create soft beauty lighting
- Light for high-end, table-top shoots
- Compare the new ARRI L10C with the more traditional ARRI Fresnel 1K
Interested in buying or renting ARRI or other lighting products? Click here to email us or call 800-rule-com.
For all those who RSVP’d before we sold out, you will have received parking and public transportation details. If not, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
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