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Sat, Apr 27


Beam Studios

Warehouse Workshops #11 - Powell Robinson - Cinematographer

Instructor: Powell Robinson - Cinematographer Powell will be discussing large practical and green screen stage lighting. Baseline choice of ISO and Sensor, to multi-use setups and different types of soft boxes for different purposes.

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Warehouse Workshops #11 - Powell Robinson - Cinematographer
Warehouse Workshops #11 - Powell Robinson - Cinematographer

Time & Location

Apr 27, 2024, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDT

Beam Studios, 6469 Van Nuys Blvd, Van Nuys, CA 91401, USA


About The Event

Warehouse Workshops #11

Educator: Powell Robinson - Cinematographer

This is our 11th event and were excited to bring in an amazing cinematographer to break down his process! We have switched the date this month due to NAB and want to make sure everyone gets to make both events!

Powell will delve into the intricacies of large practical and green screen stage lighting. 

Starting from the fundamental decisions of ISO and sensor selection, he'll guide participants through the versatility of multi-use setups and the nuanced usage of various types of soft boxes tailored for specific purposes.

From the initial camera selection to the elaborate construction of expansive stage lighting arrangements, Powell will share the step-by-step process he employs to successfully execute his most substantial projects.

This workshop will be hands-on, immersive and exciting! We look forward to seeing you there.

See everyone April 27th!

Immerse yourself in:

- Interactive Workshops

- Learning from Industry Pros

- Networking with Fellow Filmmakers

- Exploring Cutting-Edge Gear from Industry Vendors

The main goal of the event is to give up-and-coming filmmakers

a space to learn, network and explore filmmaking gear.

Located at Beam Studios in Van Nuys CA, guests will have the opportunity to network and get hands on in professional workshops!

Vendors will have booths to display their latest gear. We believe the best way

to learn is to be hands on with the tools you will use in the professional world.

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