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    Straight Curve is holding a one-day camera skills workshop for filmmakers this Saturday 4th August from 10am to 4.00pm.
    This 85 practical workshop will take you through the following:
    How to operate a DV Cam
    It is important to understand the basic operations on a camera. To understand what settings to set and what not to overlook
    How to approach a scene
    When you approach a scene you need to know what to take into consideration to get the most out of a scene
    Iris and Aperture
    Knowing what and how the Iris and Aperture works will help you understand how to shoot a scene to a desirable effect
    Shutter Speed
    Understanding how the shutter speed works in relation to the Iris and Aperture will also give you confidence to get the most out of you shoot
    White Balance
    All too often, new filmmakers shoot a scene without white balancing correctly. Here we explore why it is a must and how you might be able to manipulate the white balance to your advantage
    Shot Sizes
    Not only what different shot sizes are but also how the varied range of shot sizes help raise the value of your production
    Sound to your Camera
    The most important subject to understand is how sound feeds into your camera either via a sound mixer or without. A complete project with bad sound is like buying an expensive car without an engine. Understanding how sound feeds into the camera will greatly add value to your end production
    This fun and practical workshop is just £75
    Call 0845 021 4000 or visit http://www.straightcurve.co.uk for more details.

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