Philip Bloom’s Cinematic Masterclass: Ep 0 How to “lens whack” and intro

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3y Sep 30, 2017


After 6 months of incredibly hard work I am really happy to say you can now watch my epic 8 part Cinematic Masterclass series via download or streaming! With over 9 hours of content this is easily the most in depth training videos I have ever made!

This free introductory episode introduces the series and also teaches you how to lens whack.

You can order the series at http://bit.ly/mzedcinematic

Each episode focuses on a key topic. Lighting and audio is covered throughout the series rather than separate episodes for each.

Episode 0: This free episode is an introduction to the series and includes a section on how to do lens whacking .

Episode 1: Covers all you need to know about cameras, settings and essential kit

Episode 2: Visual storytelling where i will cover composition, lenses, movement and sequences.

Episode 3: Interviews. How to light, record sound and how to actually interview someone.

Episode 4: Slow Motion. How to light it, how to shoot it and what works best.

Episode 5: Timelapse. Everything from setting up your camera to choosing what to shoot, motorised shots, day to night, astro and tilt shift. It covers it all.

Episode 6: Drones. How to get the most cinematic shots possible with these amazing devices

Episode 7: Story. Here we put into practice everything we have learned and actually do a real shoot.

Episode 8: Post. Data management, organisation, best editing practices, working with sound and colour

It is a huge series and something I am really proud of.

ORDER NOW AT: http://bit.ly/mzedcinematic

Thank you for your understanding! 😊

Read a lot more about this in my blog post http://philipbloom.net/blog/cinematicmasterclass/

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About Philip Bloom

Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker who, for the past 10 years of his 30-year career has specialized in creating incredible cinematic images no matter what the camera. Some of his most iconic work was created with Canon DSLRs.


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