I'm planning on conducting workshops in Mumbai, India.
If you're interested in attending it and can make it on your own, let me know your preferences below:
What would you like to learn? Pick three of the most important. (If you need to learn more things, fill the survey again).
Script Breakdown for Production
Operating a Red Camera
Screenplay or Script writing
Operating an Arri Alexa
Camera Angles and Composition for films
Gimbal operation for DSLR or mirrorless cameras
Gimbal operation for heavy cameras
Color grading or DI with Resolve
Panther/GFM Dolly operation
Shooting on 16mm or 35mm Kodak Film - the full Film Workflow
Sound recording on set for a film
Lighting film scenes with HMIs and expensive lights with a real crew
Lighting film scenes
Exposing for log and RAW
Camera blocking of Actors
Lighting for Green/Blue screen or Chroma keying
Lighting film scenes with DIY lights
Editing films - Theory and Art
Focus Pulling with cinema tools
How many days do you think it will take to learn this?
More than 7
What tools and gear should be available in the workshop? (Accessories are included)
Low budget sound recording equipment - Rode, Tascam, Zoom, etc.
Expensive gimbal like Ronin 2, Movi, etc.
Broadcast monitor and PC for Grading
Arri Alexa with cine lenses
Wireless cinema follow focus system
16mm or 35mm Kodak film and developing system
Red Dragon/Monstro with cine lenses
Cheap LED spotlights
Arri Skypanels or similar
Cheap gimbal like the Zhyiun, Ronin-S, etc.
1x1 LED panels
Barco Projector and full DI setup for Grading
Large projector to see work
High-end Production Sound Mixing equipment and cart
Where would you like the workshop be held, if you had the choice?
On location Exteriors
On location Interiors
Exotic locations like Ladakh, Walvanda, Munnar, etc.
Studio with custom set
How many people can you tolerate in this workshop? (Don't lie, you'll regret it later!)
5 to 10
Less than 5
More than 15
How much would you be willing to pay for the workshop, realistically (Fees only, in Indian Rupees)?
Less than Rs. 5,000 ($70)
Rs. 5,000 to 10,000
Rs. 10,000 to 15,000
Rs. 15,000 to 20,000
Rs, 20,000 to 30,000
Rs. 30,000 to 50,000
Rs. 50,000 to 1 lakh ($750 to $1,500)
More than 1 lakh ($1,500)
What kind of workshop would you prefer?
Hands-on, where you can use equipment as much as possible.
Hands-on, where you are willing to share equipment with 5 or more other attendees. This will be cheaper.
Only Seminar or Lecture/Classroom format - where I talk with a projector/slides
Only Seminar or Lecture/Classroom format - where I show and demonstrate
Both classroom and hands-on combined.
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