If you're looking to sharpen your filmmaking skills, then this might be something you should look into. Writer of The DSLR Filmmaker's Handbook Barry Anderson and planetMitch of planet5D are teaming up to bring you the DSLR Dynamics Video Visuals Tour, with lessons aimed at providing participants with greater knowledge on how to take their craft to the next level. Continue reading to get more details on how to get involved, tour dates, and a special discount code for No Film School readers that'll save you 15% when you sign up.
Lead by Instructors Barry Anderson and planetMitch, it looks like the DSLR Dynamics Tour will have something for everyone, whether you're a seasoned professional broadcaster or a wedding videographer wanting to give his/her clients a more polished product. The one-day program, which will run from 9am - 6pm, has two parts: Filmmaking and Video, which teaches attendees how to work with cameras, lenses, lights, sound, composition and framing, as well has how to use motion aesthetically, and Editing and Post-Production, fixing common problems in post, as well as capturing the look and feel of your project.
For a more detailed description of what the program offers, as well as the program's itinerary, click here.
Check out this promo video to learn more about what DSLR Dynamics offers:
DSLR Dynamics will tour 30 major cities in the U.S. and Canada. The tour begins tomorrow, September 28th in Vancouver, BC and ends in Washington, DC on November 24th. There are a few ticket options as well. You can pay for the whole program (Filmmaking and Video & Editing and Post-Production) for $179, or for an individual section: Filmmaking and Video ($149), Editing and Post-Production ($79). If you register before September 30th, you'll receive a 15% discount on your purchase. The discount code for No Film School readers is No Film School15.
If you're ready to stake your claim on a seat, click here to register.
And be sure to check out our free DSLR Cinematography Guide if you're interested in learning more about DSLR filmmaking.