Update on Los Angeles Workshop This Weekend

We’ve had a few similar requests from people over the past few days regarding this weekend’s upcoming Canon 5DMKII workshop and have agreed to allow more students into the workshop this weekend. This will allow us to offer them at a significantly lower price. For more information see below.

Vincent Laforet Presents:
A Photographer’s Transition from Still to Moving Pictures
Saturday October 10, 2009 from 9am to 5pm at Plaster City Post in Hollywood
$525, limited seating! rsvp http://bit.ly/LaforetPresents
During this all-day workshop, Vincent Laforet, pulitzer prize winning photographer, Canon Explorer of Light, creator of the landmark short film Reverie, and the first U.S. photographer to create a commercial with the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, will spend the day leading a hands-on education workshop designed exclusively for still photographers looking to move into the world of digital filmmaking. He will take you through some of the most common technical and creative challenges still photographers are likely to face as they make the transition from the still to the moving picture, and discuss advantages and disadvantages of other digital film solutions on the market. This workshop will focus primarily on using the latest in dSLR technology, the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and EOS 7D.
Laforet will also lead a hands-on demonstration of many of the latest accessories designed for the emerging dSLR digital film market, such as Redrock Micro’s support rigs, Marshall Electronics’ and Ikan’s LCD monitors, Litepanels’ revolutionary LED lighting solutions, and GlideCam’s camera stabilization products. He will also present a post-production workflow designed specifically for the 5D Mk II utilizing Apple’s Final Cut Pro and Color, and Joseph Linaschke, formerly Apple’s lead presenter for Final Cut Studio, Aperture and more, and now a Los Angeles based freelance photographer, will demonstrate that workflow from ingest to output in a live-demo presentation.
The workshop will be held at Plaster City Post in Hollywood, in both the digital theater and the soundstage. It will begin at 9am and end at 5pm, with a break for lunch from 12 to 1. Lunch is not included, however you are welcome to join Vincent and Joseph at a nearby restaurant where a table will be held to accommodate the group.

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