Becky Parsons is an award winning cinematographer (Rhonda’s Party) and fine art photographer (Kodak Achievement Award). A graduate of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, now with 18 years experience in the photographic and motion picture arts, Becky is based in Nova Scotia and England. Becky is director of photography and/or camera operator on a number of productions including the Bruce McDonald feature film ‘Weirdos’, nominated for six Canadian Screen Awards 2017. Becky was most recently named Rising Star of 2017 by American Cinematographer Magazine (https://ascmag.com/articles/rising-stars-of-cinematography)
A cinematographer is responsible for all the visual elements of a film. In this masterclass you will learn the nitty gritty of how story is told with composition and movement, light and shadow, and colour. You’ll also learn best practices, set etiquette and how to break into the business. And of course the technical aspects like frame rate, lenses, lighting situations, getting into tight spaces, and what a cinematographer’s role can be in post production.
Date: Wednesday June 27th
Time: 10am to 4pm (bring a lunch or head out for a bite from 11:30 to 12:30)
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