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Wednesday, April 18 • 10:30am - 11:45am
3D Cinematography/Videography Demonstration

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For educators of new media the teaching of 3D storytelling fundamentals requires a completely new way of seeing and doing. This brief 3D camera and story workshop will look at the conceits and fundamental teaching differences between conventional 2D and 3D instruction. We will explore the story implications of a camera's interaxial distance, lens focal length, convergence and divergence settings, and discuss in detail the issues of subject roundness and point of view. We will consider the nature of the 3D volume and audience comfort zone, the use (or non-use) of 2D conceits such as soft-focus and close-ups, and discuss the prospects given the advent of the 3D iPad and mobile phones of a burgeoning non-theatrical 3D universe in for students. The workshop is intended to inspire educators willing and able to grasp the stereo gold ring. Panasonic cameras will be available for hands-on use and experimentation during and after the session.
Moderator: Denise Belafonte-Young, Lynn University
Guest Speaker: Barry Braverman, Cinematographer & 3D Trainer/Consultant for Panasonic




Wednesday April 18, 2012 10:30am - 11:45am
Pavilion 9

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