So, you’re feeling a bit more comfortable with that DSLR of yours. Or maybe you recently blew the dust off your dad’s old Nikon. Either way, it’s time for you to take the next step with that fine piece of machinery and really unleash your hidden talent.
Register now to be one of 14 in Jonathan Canlas’s “Film is Not Dead” workshop, held on the mainland in San Francisco this time around, and you’ll be one step closer to meeting your inner potential. Taking place July 13 through 15 in the city’s Mission District, the workshop includes 3 days of hands-on shoots and daily lectures. And your morning and afternoon meals will be furnished (and unforgettable … but don’t take our word for it).
Some topics that will be covered include but are not limited to:
- Film: who, what, when, why and how
- Learning to love family formals
- Storytelling through details
- Making every event publishable
- How to define your vision
The cost is $2,000 if you register before March 1, and also includes unlimited amounts of film provided by FujiFilm, a workbook and accompanying DVD containing all workshop info. To sign up, send an e-mail with “Film Is Not Dead” in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org.