Steadicam Gold Workshop 2018 Japan

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Introduction – A broad outline of the planned training:

Steadicam® is now a commonly used tool within the film and television industry, however it requires training and practice in order to produce good results. More than just a stabilizer, as a shooting system it is able to provide an individual style to the production often greatly desired by producers and directors. Additionally, complex moving scenes can not only be quicker to shoot, but also more dramatic by adding pace and dimension to the shot.

The Tiffen Steadicam Gold Workshop is a unique opportunity for working camera operators to learn the use and application of Steadicam within the film and television world. The workshop is very much hands-on with plenty of practical time actually wearing and using the system. The Workshop culminates in a “test” shot of some considerable complexity which is recorded and critiqued in a group analysis session.

Workshop Aims:

The aim of this training program is to provide the necessary skills and background for a working camera operator to make use of a Steadicam system to best effect and safely.

Training Duration:

8th to 13th October 2018
The workshop will run from the morning of 8th October to the afternoon of the 13th October 2018.
Check-in day will be Sunday 7th October in time to start work the next morning, check out will be morning of Saturday the 13th.

Steadicam Gold Workshops are a total immersion experience, students and instructors stay at the workshop venue for the entirety of the workshop duration and eat all meals together. The cost of student accommodations and meals are included in the cost of the workshop.

Number of Students:

16

Cost:

500,000 JPY

Training Approach:

The course approach is a combination of hands-on and instructor driven however always kept very practical and relevant

Training Objectives:

On completion of the training, participants will be able to:

Assemble the Steadicam and fit camera and all accessories.
Understand the principles of operation of a Steadicam.
Balance the system correctly including dynamic balance.
Put on and adjust the operators vest for best fit.
Adjust the suspension arm for the camera weight.
Understand rest positions.
Start and stop smoothly.
Post pan sled.
Body pan sled.
Track shooting sideways.
Circle the subject.
Walk forward shoot back.
Switch forward and back.
Handle actor sitting and standing from a chair.
Tackle steps and stairs.
Handle corners and corridors to best advantage.
Change to low mode.
Understand and perform vehicle rigging and other grip equipment.
Understand and operate on opposite working sides
Understand blocking out a shot.
Have knowledge of working in adverse conditions.
Communicate with clients and directors.

This is by no means an exhaustive list and there will be many other skills and techniques passed on during the course of the workshop.

Assessment and Certification System:

Participant assessment is via continuous monitoring and appraisal throughout the workshop followed by a test piece. This is followed by group discussion. There can be no strict pass/fail situation as the ability to use Steadicam can only be acquired with much practice after the workshop, however it is expected that all students will attain a reasonable standard for their personal degree of experience during the course.

Participant Profile:

Participants may be anyone interested in developing the skills to use Steadicam.

Instructors:

Jerry Holway(Steadicam co-inventor), Chris Fawcett(Steadicam co-inventor), Rebecca Wilson-Jennings(Steadicam Operator), Robin Thwaites(Steadicam Director if International Sales), Dan Ikeda (Ex-Tiffen Sales Director)

Equipment Used:

Steadicam M-1, Archer2 etc.
All equipment will be current model Tiffen Steadicam product except where third party manufactured equipment is required as support. There is no need to bring your own equipment.

Location:

Hotel Heritage
https://www.hotel-heritage.co.jp/en/
228 Oegawa Kumagaya-shi Saitama 360-0103 JAPAN

From Narita Airport to the venue: It will take about 2hours by train including transit time.

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概要:

Tiffenインターナショナルのステディカムゴールドワークショップは、本物のステディカムシステムを使用して行われ、Tiffenスタッフまたは認定インストラクターからの講習があり、また、ステディカムの発明者ギャレット·ブラウンによって承認されたシラバスに従ってトレーニングできる絶好の機会です。
ゴールドワークショップでは、シネマ・ブロードキャスト向け大型機種を使った経験を積むことを目的としています。
ワークショップに参加する為に必要な要件は、カメラの経験と心身が健康であることだけです。(受講に際して、疑問がある場合は、ご質問ください)
ワークショップの受講料の合計金額は、消費税を含めて500,000円です。
このワークショップの受講料には、ワークショップ会場費、機材の使用料、宿泊費と会期中全ての食事、受講中の飲み物とスナックを含んでいます。

本ワークショップは基本的に英語にて行われ、一部内容については日本語通訳されます。

 

このワークショップで得られること:

ステディカムの組立と、カメラやアクセサリーとのフィッティング
ステディカムの原理とオペレーションについて理解する
ダイナミックバランスを含む、バランスのとり方
ヴェストの正しい装着方法
アームの正しい調整方法
レストポジションを理解する
動き始める・止まる動作
ポストによるパン
ボディパン
横方向のショット
円形のショット
引きながらのショット
進行方向のスイッチ
椅子から立ち上がる演者に対するショット
階段でのショット
曲がり角や狭い通路でのショット
ローモードへの変更
ビークルマウントとそれに関わる機材を理解する
逆サイドでのオペレーションを理解する
映り込みしない方法を理解する
悪条件下での撮影を知る
現場での振る舞いやクライアントや監督への交渉方法

 

期間:

2018年10月8日から13日まで 6日間

 

募集定員:

16名

 

費用:

500,000円(税込)

 

場所:

ホテル・ヘリテイジ(360-0103 埼玉県熊谷市小江川228)
https://www.hotel-heritage.co.jp/

 

使用機材:

M-1、Archer2、その他(予定)
その他現行機種が用意され、自己所有機材を持参する必要はありません。

 

講師:

Jerry Holway(Steadicam co-inventor)、Chris Fawcett(Steadicam co-inventor)、Rebecca Wilson-Jennings(Steadicam Operator)、Robin Thwaites(Steadicam Director if International Sales)、Dan Ikeda (Ex-Tiffen Sales Director)

 

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