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MōVI Pro: Boston, You Ready?

Just when you thought that Freefly Systems had changed the stabilization game with the M15 — making a must-have, on-set production tool — they go out and do it again. Not just a major firmware update, new accessories, another type of handle, or iOS support, but all of this and an entire new system called the MōVI Pro!

The team at Freefly went all in with the Pro and developed what I and other MōVI owners/operators have always wanted. A few weeks ago, Freefly held a launch party at their headquarters, and I was lucky enough to attend. The minute I walked into the warehouse, I couldn’t wipe the smile from my face. MōVI Pro, Alta 6 and 8, Jibs, Tero, XL, Mimic, Food, Awesome People, and Craft Beer. It was a great time!

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Immediately, I had to try-out the Pro and see what the deal was. I got my hands on a Pro with a RED Epic build consisting of focus and iris motors, wireless video, and a Canon CN-E lens. This is a pretty standard build when it comes to MōVI work, especially in Boston. It felt great, looked elegant, and responded with incredible accuracy. Let me explain a few new details that really make me geek out over the new MōVI Pro.

New Ring: I have always been a huge fan of the MōVI Ring, and I
moviproffevent_0262always make sure that it’s ready to go with me on any job I’m on. Now, the Pro is integrated natively with the new style ring and it has FEET. How many times when on set have you thought, “I wish I could just put this thing down for 5 minutes?” Now you can do just that, and it opens up a new style of shooting as well. I know it may sound trivial, but it really is a huge factor in my opinion.

 

Power Base: Yes, please! D-Taps for accessory power as well as camera power is the real “game changer.” Now, no need for an onboard battery to power your Epic or Mini. Power your focus/iris/zoom motors straight from the base. Future MōVI builds will look so much more elegant, and camera assistants will love the power integration when setting up for the job at hand.

New Batteries: Enough said – hot swappable batteries with a 22.5v 1.8Ah rating are a dream come true. Let’s not forget they have battery life indicators on them. Big thanks!

Control Screen: We now have the ability to tune and adjust the MōVI Pro directly on location with no need of a tablet or computer. Before I forget, iOS users rejoice! You can now run the app on your device.

moviproffevent_0257New Mimic: Beautiful design and capabilities. MōVI control options will make this a must-have for your camera assistant.

RED RCP: MōVI and RED builds have become even better. Directly from your Mimic controller, you can now adjust camera settings when the operator is doing their job. Say what?!

Clamps and Mounts: It really is all about the little things. Now, with the new Pop-N-Lock system you can easily mount all your accessories that the job calls for. No more Velcro and Bongo Ties. After building many MōVI setups, this really excites me — just from an aesthetic view.

New Design: Hidden cables, dual pan bar, slightly taller cage, and enclosed motors. These new changes are bringing better and stronger stabilization to all operators.

As an operator, moving from an M15 (even M5) to the Pro will be a dream, and I see no major challenges (only sighs of relief). I still can’t get over the integrated control with RED cameras. This makes productions with this set up so much more streamlined and efficient. Let your operator get the shots that present themselves with literally no down time. I hope for a future update from Freefly that opens this technology up to other camera manufacturers. As an M15 and ARRI Mini user, my fingers are crossed.

Tabb and the crew at Freefly Systems really did an amazing job with their new product launch — from the brilliant and always exciting marketing (one of my favorite Instagram accounts), to their forward-thinking technology, and their ability to change the way we can achieve new shots — they are also gracious hosts (Sumerian Brewery is amazing). I thank you very much (yes, I’m a fan boy).

Interested in buying or renting the MōVI Pro or other Freefly motion tools? Click here to email us or call 800-rule-com.

Dylan Law, MōVI Tech and QC/Logistics, law@rule.com moviproffevent_0245

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Nick’s Holiday Picks – G-Tech 1TB G-Drive

As my second holiday gift pick for the technically-inclined, I’ve chosen the 1TB G-DRIVE ev ATC Thunderbolt from G-Technology.

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Not only is the drive water, pressure, dust, and shock resistant up to 6.6’, it can float, and endure water submersion in up to 1’ for up to 30 seconds. Equipped with a rotational speed of 7200 rpm, and data transfer speeds up to 136 MB/s, this drive is highly capable of performing multiple functions. It comes pre-formatted for Mac, but can be easily re-formatted for Windows. Just like last week’s GoPro HERO5 Black, you’ll find this week’s pick up on our giant “holiday candle” in our Production Outfitters expendables store.

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Feel free to get in touch with any questions. Thanks.

Nick Giannino, Rentals + Expendables, giannino@rule.com

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Nick’s Holiday Picks – The GoPro HERO 5

Each week through mid-December, I’ll pick a gift option for the technically-inclined on your holiday gift lists.

This week, my first pick is the GoPro HERO 5, available in our Production Outfitters expendables store.  The HERO 5 is the next exciting step for GoPro’s product line, and it comes with some great upgrades from the HERO 4 Black.

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First and foremost, it’s waterproof without a housing (up to 33ft). With some new Video Stabilization and some RAW Photo capability the Hero 5 is starting to add some additional support to their already feature packed product line. GoPro is still the name of the game when it comes to action sports cameras and the HERO 5 continues that tradition.

Take a look on our giant “holiday candle” for next week’s pick.

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Get in touch with any questions. Thanks.

Nick Giannino, Rentals + Expendables, giannino@rule.com

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Now Taking Pre-Orders – Buy the Freefly MoVI Pro at Rule Boston Camera

We’re now taking pre-orders for the latest in Freefly’s line of camera movement systems. Introducing the new MōVi Pro — their most powerful, versatile, smart and reliable digital handheld stabilizer yet!

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Freefly plans to start shipping mid-November. Each MōVi Pro system will include the MōVi Pro, the MIMIC, 2x MōVi Pro battery packs & more to get you started right out of the box! To place your pre-order with a $200 deposit (non-refundable, but transferrable), contact Michael Kalish at sales@rule.com or 800-rule-com. Be sure to watch the intro video at https://vimeo.com/188601738. And click here for the MōVi Pro sales price, description, specs and features.

Interested in trying before buying? The MōVi Pro is coming soon to Rentals. Click here for rental rate and details or contact rentals at answers@rule.com or 800-rule.com

RBC’s Dylan Law flew to Freefly HQ in Washington for their MōVi Pro launch party. Stay tuned for his upcoming blog post with all the technical and creative details.

-Haley Parizo, Sales Operations Manager, parizo@rule.com

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Canon Introduces New Firmware Upgrade for C300 + C300 MKII

Canon has announced a new firmware upgrade at NAB New York that is sure to please C300 shooters.  The main features for the Mark II are enabled audio recording in 2K crop mode and the ability to turn off the internal microphone.  The update brings an expanded Zebra range (5% to 100%) on the Mark II and shutter angle priority (keep your desired shutter angle as you change frame rates) on both the original C300 and the Mark II.

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The other updates coming with the firmware relate to Canon’s Cine Servo Zoom lenses in EF mount.  Auto and push iris are now available for Cine Servo EF 17-120mm and EF 50-1000mm, as well as the new 18-80mm that will be released shortly.  Dual Pixel autofocus will also be supported for the EF 17-120mm and 18-80mm on the Mark II and original cameras with dual pixel capability.  We currently do not carry these lenses (we have the 17-120mm available in PL mount only), but we will have an 18-80mm once it is released later this month.

Check out this video with Canon Technical Advisor, Brent Ramsey, for more information about the upgrade.  We’ll be updating the C300 Mark II EF Mount and PL Mount cameras in our rental inventory when the firmware is released on December 13th. Interested in buying the C300 Mark II? See links below and contact us at sales@rule.com or 800-rule-com.

Canon EOS C300 EF 24-70 Kit

Canon EOS C300 with Dual Pixel CMOS AF Feature Upgrade

Canon EOS C300 MK II 

-Grace Deacon, Engineer, deacon@rule.com

Mass Media Expo at WGBH

Experience all that MASSACHUSETTS has to offer in film, television, and media! Join us at the 4th annual MASS MEDIA EXPO, presented by the Massachusetts Production Coalition, on Saturday, November 5th from 11am to 7pm. The largest exhibition and conference for the film and media industry in New England, this special daylong event features over 50 creative film and media industry exhibitors (like us), suppliers, products, services and filmmaking organizations. Alongside a special forum of “talks” and panels with industry thought leaders, leading producers, film screenings, and more.

The Mass Media Expo brings together the diverse range of film and media professionals and storytellers that make our industry special, with Massachusetts as a leading destination for filmmaking.

Visit Rule Boston Camera in the Calderwood Studio at WGBH from 11:00am to 3:30pm for a look at the latest tools and technology for film and media makers. Enter our contest on site for a chance to win a $500 Rental Certificate! Grab a flyer for 20% off your next rental!

Click here for details and tickets and use discount code RuleBostonCam for $5 off your ticket price.

Parking is free in the garage at WGBH. Validate your ticket at the security desk when leaving the event. 

See our Mass Media Expo Flyer for more details.

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.

 

LEARNING LAB: KEY PRODUCTION SUPPORT TOOLS + TIPS FOR STEADIER IMAGES

Join Producer, Director, Cinematographer and VITEC Ambassador, Gary Adcock, for an in-depth explanation of some of the tricks to get the most from your Tripods and Supports.  Gary will cover how quality sticks and bricks will help you create a steadier image, how to maximize camera moves for a variety of deliverables, and how to properly set your tripod’s counterbalance and drag settings to create meaningful images.

The burgeoning market for 4K, VR and HDR deliverables has created a need for filmmakers to forge a better understanding of the supporting tools in production. Shooting 4K imagery requires that attention be taken to create the highest quality image. What might be a minor camera move in HD, can be uncomfortable when viewed with the increased detail in 4K. Lighting, even at a time when cameras are capable of seeing in the dark, is still a vital necessity in creating powerful and provoking imagery.

ABOUT GARY ADCOCK:

Gary’s unique understanding of OnSet and Production technologies and their relationships to Post Production has been a guide to the evolving relationship between acquisition, edit and delivery. Gary’s experience includes his jump into High Definition post production (1999), Demo of laptop-based HD editing (2004), Tapeless camera acquisition (2005), Digital Recorders as a replacement for Tape (2008), Workflow for Arri’s Alexa Camera (2010), and his latest focus on Intel’s Thunderbolt technology and what it means for the future of monitoring and data transfers.

Gary is one of the co-authors and the primary tech editor for the Data Handling Procedures and Best Practices Guide used by IATSE Local 600. Gary has been a regular speaker at NAB since 1999 as part of the ongoing Post Production World Conference, and a regular contributor to Macworld Magazine, as well PCMag and is a long-term contributor on CreativeCow.net. Read Gary’s blog here, and follow Gary on Twitter.

Click here to RSVP.  This event is free.

Interested in buying or renting production support 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.

LEARNING LAB: AUDIO BASICS – LOCATION MICS

Join RBC’s Skoty Rea for the basics of mic’ing in the field. Skoty will review the types of lavalier mics, the best methods for keeping mics in place (clips, moleskin, medical tape), and planting mics in various locations to provide the best audio coverage. He’ll also cover basic etiquette including building a rapport with talent.

Click here to RSVP.  This event is free.

Interested in buying or renting audio gearClick 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.

SHOWROOM DEMO: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE VARICAM PURE

Join special guest presenters from Panasonic and Codex for a hands-on introduction to the VariCam PURE. Learn how video captured in 4K by the VariCam 35 is recorded as uncompressed V-RAW data to Codex’s Capture Drive 2.0 at up to 120 fps with the VariCam PURE.

Using Codex’s Production Suite, recorded data can be converted to a wide range of file formats including Panasonic V-RAW, Apple ProRes and Avid DNxHR.

This event will run between 1:00 and 4:00pm in the Showroom. Please stop by anytime!  Click here to RSVP.  This event is free.

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

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.

Introduction to the New VariCam LT

Join special guest presenters from Panasonic, Rajesh Lad and Gregger Jones, for a fun and casual introduction to the VariCam LT.

Raj and Gregger will discuss how to produce cinematic 4K images with this compact, lightweight and affordable cinema camera.

You’ll see some of the latest footage shot with the VariCam LT and participate in a lively discussion of the camera’s key features and capabilities over wine and cheese.

BE SURE TO SIGN IN FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A FREE ONE-DAY RENTAL WITH THE VARICAM LT!

Wine & Cheese from 5-7pm. Click here to RSVPThis event is free.

Interested in buying or renting the VariCam LT or other Panasonic products? Click here to email us or call 800-rule-com.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY RENTAL RATE OF $425 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30TH, 2016! 

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.

Run-and-Gun with the Sony PXW-Z150

Join RBC engineer, Alex Enman, for an overview of the new PXW-Z150 camcorder from Sony with built-in ND filter, powerful autofocus and full auto mode. This practical and versatile camcorder delivers 4K image quality, 120fps HFR Full-HD slow-motion and built-in advanced networking for live streaming and wireless workflow. Learn more about the Z150 in Alex’s blog post.

Click here to RSVP.  These events are free.

Interested in buying or renting the Z150? 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.

Panasonic DVX 200 Master Class with Bernie Mitchell

Join Bernie Mitchell, Pro Video Evangelist and President of Silver Platter Productions, for a master class with the Panasonic DVX200.

Bernie will share his in-depth knowledge of the DVX200, the first in a new generation of large-sensor, multi-format professional camcorders capable of capturing 4K/UHD, HD and SD. Designed as a large-format camera system, the DVX200 provides that all-important aesthetic of shallow depth of field/selective focus, but with an integrated 13X zoom for easy control over image framing as well as the ability to track your subject even in fast action. This large-format 4/3” camcorder offers exceptional image quality in all modes, as well as unique workflow options — including a dual codec workflow found in the VariCam 35. Whether for cinematic or television production, sports, news acquisition or event acquisition, the DVX200 is a workhorse, offering the perfect blend of image quality, convenience and versatility.

*10am-2pm* This is an extended Learning Lab/Master Class with Lunch!

This event is FREE, but seating is limited.

Click here to RSVP.  

DVX200 Master Class Syllabus – Created by Bernie Mitchell, Silver Platter Productions, Inc.

PART ONE: (POWERPOINT OVERVIEW)

Understanding 4K and UHD

Even SD Deliverables

Understanding Shallow Depth of Field

A. What it is

B. When to use it and when not to use it

What is Film Look?

A. How to Achieve this on the DVX200

Quick Overview of DVX200

A. Features

B. V-Log L

Wireless Communication

PART TWO (HANDS ON)

Menu Walk Through

A. System Mode

B. SW Set-up

C. Auto SW

D. Audio Set Up

E. Output Set Up

F. Display Set Up

G. Other Function

Scene Files (how to create them)

A. What is Pre-loaded

B. How to modify them

C. How to download new scene files

D. How to create your own

Best Practices for Post

A. Copying Files

B. Importing into NLEs:

• FCPX

• Adobe Premier

• Avid

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!

 

Field + Studio Lighting from Zylight

Join lighting specialists James Suit and Bob Jones, who will demo Zylight’s field + studio-friendly F8 and F8-200, the fully-dimmable IS3, and the camera-top Newz lights along with the ZyLink Bridge and app for wireless lighting control. 12n-2pm

Click here to RSVP.  This event is free.

Missed one of our Learning Labs? 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!

Hands-on Demo with Lighting Tools from Aladdin

Join lighting specialist James Suit for a practical, hands-on demo with featured lighting tools from Aladdin including the powerful and compact EYE-LITE, the high-end bi-color, on-board A-LITE, and the highly portable, BI-FLEX series that can be mounted just about anywhere. 10am-12n

Be sure to sign-in before our Learning Lab on Wednesday morning for a chance to walk away with your very own EYE-LITE! All those who sign-in will be automatically entered for a chance to win this powerful yet compact light which is can be placed just about anywhere on set (inside furniture, shelves, lamps), or in tight spaces (cars, elevators, etc.).

At 12n, follow James over to the Showroom after his Learning Lab presentation where he and Bob Jones, will demo Zylight’s field + studio-friendly F8 and F8-200, the fully-customizable IS3, and the camera-top Newz lights along with the ZyLink Bridge and app for wireless lighting control. 12n-2pm

Click here to RSVP.  These events are free.

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!

 

Different Faces Different Voices Film Festival

The Different Faces Different Voices film festival launched for the first time in 2016. It was created by the non-profit Harvard Square Script Writers, one of the oldest professional screenwriting organizations in the country in collaboration with Women in Film and Video/New England, the 3rd oldest chapter of Women in Film and Television in the world. The festival is aimed at encouraging filmmakers to explore often untold stories of the human experience.

In the first year of the film festival, the focus was on Flicks4Chicks with filmmakers of both genders challenged to write and produce a 10-minute film with strong female protagonists.

Similar to the 48 Hour Film Competition, filmmaking crews from all over the world could sign up to participate via FilmFreeway, culminating with screenings and an awards ceremony at The Brattle Theatre this month on June 29th and 30th.

Rule Boston Camera is proud to support our local filmmaking community and Flicks4Chicks as one of the sponsors of this new film festival. Learn more on the Flicks4Chicks website.

SMPTE-NE June Meeting & Annual BBQ Features GoPro 10-Camera 360 Rig

SMPTE-NE presents their June Meeting and Annual BBQ with food served between 6:00 and 7:00pm followed by a presentation with Alex Enman from 7:00 to 8:30pm on the GoPro 360º Virtual Reality Rig.

Learn how the durable 360HEROS Pro10HD 360º rig captures high-resolution, spherical footage for a variety of virtual reality applications. RBC Engineer, Alex Enman, will show you how, with the touch of a button, all 10 cameras respond to one GoPro remote, triggering all cameras to record simultaneously. The rig is powered by internal GoPro batteries with additional Anton Bauer batteries to supply an overall unified power solution.

Alex will also discuss the stitching software for viewing the footage as a 360º image and what to expect in post production.

ABOUT ALEX ENMAN:

Alex Enman has worked as an Engineer at Rule Boston Camera since 2013, in addition to working as a freelance Editor, Colorist, and Director since 2009. His work has shown on MTV, ESPN, and all around the web. At Rule, Alex specializes in Monitor Calibration, Digital Cinema, and 360 Video.

Registration + Details: http://www.smpte-ne.org/

This event is FREE.

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!

MPC Seminar: From Still To Motion, Creating Images That Move

Join the Massachusetts Production Coalition for the seminar, FROM STILL TO MOTION, Creating Images That Move, hosted by Windy Films at Studio 16 in East Boston.

With featured panelists including Photographers and DPs, Creative/Art Directors along with equipment from Canon and Rule Boston Camera, see details below from the MPC, visit the MPC website, or click here for a direct link to tickets.

From Still To Motion

In the media landscape, moving fluidly between still and motion photography is increasingly common in the same campaign, and often production schedule! What are the conceptual challenges and potential benefits for photographers, DPs, and directors working between capturing “a moment” and “moments of time”?

With compressed schedules and budgets, but deliverables increasing, this seminar will explore the growing trend of capturing still and moving images in the same production, and how photographers and directors make the transition.

A panel of top photographers, DPs, creative and art directors, will discuss how this impacts the philosophy of image making, creative direction, and the production that ties it all together to create remarkable campaign images and videos for clients.

Camera Demos

Specialists from Canon and Rule Boston Camera will be on hand with time for demos, networking, and hands on play with some of the latest cameras and tools from Canon. 

Meet The Panel

John Huet : Photographer & Director  johnhuet.com

Craig Orsini : Photographer & Director  orsinistudio.com

Courtney Ryan : Cinematographer  courtneyryan.co

Dana Edwards : Associate Creative Director, Bose

Nichole Hynes : Media Production Lead, Bose

Rick Frisello : Creative Director, I03 Creative

Moderated By
Chuck Matzker : Art Director, I03 Creative

9:30 am – 10:00 am  Registration
10:00 am – 11:30 am  Panel Discussion
11:30 am –   1:00 pm  Demos from Canon & Rule Boston Camera
Coffee & Light Breakfast will be served.