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 Panasonic GH4 Training

Workshops & Orientations
What is the difference between a workshop and an orientation? A workshop provides a more in-depth look at the camera, from setup to post-production, and is suitable for those who may not be as familiar with camera and post-production technology.
An orientation is a much shorter session, and covers basics such as where to locate functions, strengths and weaknesses of the camera, and operation tips. Orientations are more suitable for those who are comfortable with video production and can benefit from an overview.

 

Panasonic GH4 Camera Workshop

Upcoming Sessions:
No upcoming sessions have been scheduled (an orientation has been scheduled, see below)
2 hours 

 
Cost
Free for members/$40 for non-members (plus HST)
 
Description
This session will provide in-depth knowledge on working with the Panasonic GH4, a cinema-ready DSLR.
Learn about basic recording functions, setup, working with lens options, and working with the footage in editing.
 
About the Instructor
Angus McLellan is the Training & Production Director at Ed Video, as well as a reasonably accomplished screenwriter, director and editor who works in everything from video art to fiction to videos for exhibits.

 

Panasonic GH4 Orientation

Upcoming Sessions:
Monday February 1st, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.
1 hour 
Register by January 25th by emailing angus@edvideo.org
 
Cost
Free for members/$20 for non-members (plus HST)
 
Description
This session will provide an overview on working with the Panasonic GH4, a cinema-ready DSLR.
Learn about basic recording functions and setup.
 
About the Instructor
Elia Morrison is the Technical Coordinator at Ed Video, cinematographer and editor.