FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1–4 pm
DSLR Video for Filmmakers!
With Flick Harrison
DSLR Video for Filmm
Flick Harrison - Dawso
In this 3-hour session,
for documentary and d
n this 3-hour session, participants will be
introduced to DSLR cinematography for colleagues’! We’
documentary and drama. Bring your own DSLR or video
comparison to ENG and cinema camer
camera and compare with your colleagues’!
overheating, and data rates. Interchang
We’ll discuss the differences a whole DSLR category of learni
ﬁeld but between new cameras
and dedicated film and more. We’ll including gear that can
or video cameras, touch on
advantages and disadvantages adapt some of the functions
replace or in comparison to
ENG and cinema cameras around Run’n’gun, sound,talk practi
the power inside it. And we’ll
stabilization, form factor, overheating, and data rates.
automatic adjustments, monitoring or u
Interchangeable lenses bring the beauty (and danger)
of depth-of field but a whole new category of learning
FLICK HARRISON - BIO!
about chips, adapters, connectivity, speed doublers
and more. We’ll touch on gear that can make your
DSLR behave moreFlick Harrison (www.ﬂickharrison.com
like a regular camera, replace or
adapt some of the community sound recording, and dron
functions like artist, educator
and hacking your cam to unleash the power as one of Cana
series Road Movies inside
it. And we’ll talk practicalities of hand-holding with US, Me
made video in Pakistan, the
or without rigs, manual vs. automatic adjustments,
Change project, he is studying comm
monitoring or using separate-system sound.
Concordia, U of A and U of T.!
lick Harrison (www.flickharrison.com) is a writer,
media artist, filmmaker, hacker, community artist,
His work has been seen on dance a
educator and nominated and won awards internat
drone pilot in Vancouver. Starting
out on the CBC youth series Road Movies as one niche. The G
every Canadian funding of
Canada’s first professional videographers, he’s since
Georgia Straight called his work "go
made videos in Pakistan, the US, Mexico and China.
As part of the Art and Social Change project, he is
studying community arts across Canada in conjunction
with SFU, Concordia, U of A and U of T.!
His work has been seen on dance and theatre
stages, by millions on television, been nominated
and won awards internationally, and slipped into,
under and through almost every Canadian funding
niche. The Globe and Mail called him “hilarious,”
and the Georgia Straight called his work “gorgeously