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HDDSLR Filmmaking

Gale Tattersall

HDDSLR Filmmaking

Gale Tattersall

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4 Q & A Duration:25:57
5 Camera Rigs Duration:42:55
7 Reviewing Student Footage Duration:20:20
8 Audience Q & A Duration:47:25
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1 Introduction to Lighting Duration:36:25
2 Demo: 5DMII vs. Video Camera Duration:05:32
3 Lighting a Daytime Scene Duration:39:40
4 Lighting Gear Duration:14:35
5 Lighting a Nighttime Scene Duration:50:28
6 Constructing a Scene pt 1 Duration:48:32
7 Constructing a Scene pt 2 Duration:1:00:55
8 Audience Q & A Duration:19:13
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1 Sound Duration:25:45
3 Lighting Q&A Duration:22:55
4 House: Slow Motion Bull Ride Duration:12:30
5 Workflow Q&A Duration:31:16
8 Wrap Up Duration:15:08

Class Description

For the first time in history, a camera that costs roughly $2,500 can shoot material good enough to hold its own weight on the highest professional levels. 

Gale Tattersall, renowned Director of Photography, has been at the forefront of pushing HDDSLR's in Hollywood. He shot the season finale of House entirely on a Canon 5DMII last year. In this HDDLSR filmmaking workshop, he teaches the ins and outs of making great films with HDDLSR cameras. 

Note: Neither NBC Universal, Fox Television or any other entity involved in the production of the House M.D. program endorses or is in any way responsible for the content and production of this workshop program.


Kenna Klosterman

Watch this AWESOME behind the scenes video of the Gale Tatersall workshop from in-person student Jenny May Finn on YouTube: Thank you Jenny May for sharing how fabulous it is to be part of the studio audience!

a Creativelive Student

It is a very good class, with a lot of information and exercises. It´s better to watch more than a couple of times.