Live Action Post Production
This 1 day workshop covers everything you need to know to get started in Stereoscopic 3D post-production. The focus is on actual demonstrations of what can and cannot be adjusted in post and an understanding of the various 3D post-production tools currently available. *Principles of 3D Stereoscopic is a prerequisite to take this course.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anyone who wants a detailed understanding of the end to end stereoscopic experience.
Topics covered include:
· Concepts behind stereoscopic adjustments in post-production
· Shifting the convergence point in post-production
· Employing corrections to stereoscopic images in post-production
· Saving your shots: What can and cannot be adjusted in post
· Options for stereoscopic 3D software tools available in the market
· Discussion on various stereoscopic 3D software tools available in the market
· Titling in S3D
8hrs (1 day)
Sep 9th 2013 (Mon)
S$ 800 (Price is before MDA subsidy)
MDA subsidies of up to 90% are available for Singaporeans and PR media practitioners who attend any or all of our S3D classes. Attendees pay the subsidised rate while MDA would pay the remaining amount to AV8 through Six Degrees..
Please note that availability and amount of subsidy is determined by MDA and Six Degrees
Media freelancers can also apply for a training allowance of S$ 60 per day.
COURSE APPLICATION FORM
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS
Ian Wee Woon Hui has had a lifelong fascination with the moving image. From as young as 14 he was already experimenting with digital film making. He graduated with a Merit Diploma in Film, Sound & Video from the School of Film and Media Studies (Ngee Ann Polytechnic) and is currently a director in post production company,Widescreen Media.
He was a first mover in the world of HD, directing one of Singapore's first HD shoots during the F1 Powerboat races held here. During this shoot Ian designed workflows and helped to troubleshoot the problems that ensued from combining different HD formats into one finished product. He has also directed documentaries for Discovery Channel,National Geographic ,Channel News Asia and Arts Central.
He is now a first mover in the brand new field of Stereoscopic 3D film making. With the help of the Media Development Authority ,Ian and his business partner Kevin Lau attended specialised Stereoscopic 3D courses in Germany. This gave them an an opportunity to work with leading stereographers and stereoscopic 3D equipment manufacturers. With the experienced gained there and in the US,Ian's company is one of the first production companies in Asia with the capability and equipment to shoot live action 3D.Their most recent high profile project is Tsui hark's Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 3D,the worlds first S3D martial arts feature film.
Azhar Shukor graduated with first-class honours from Nanyang Technological University School of Art, Design and Media Digital Filmmaking course. The NTU President Research Scholar is a recipient of the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) MES Scholarship , the Goh Chok Tong Youth Promise Award and the Ministry of Education (MOE) Art Elective Scholarship
His works have been shown in various festivals and exhibitions in Baltimore, Bangkok, Berlin, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, New York, Romania and Singapore. Having won the Grand Jury Award for ‘Baju’ at Singapore Malay Film Society’s Purnama Film Event in 2009 and nominated for the Green Chillies Award at Asian Hot Shots Berlin Film Festival in 2010, Azhar Shukor aspires to continue experimenting with the cinematic language by embracing new techniques and technology.
Always looking for fresh perspectives, Azhar Shukor joined Widescreen Media to explore the visual language of Stereoscopic 3D. To date he has been involved in various Stereoscopic 3D productions in Dubai, Turkey, China, Malaysia and Singapore. Through various corporate and feature film projects, Azhar Shukor has progressively handled complex techniques such as 3D helicopter shots and 3D car-mount shots. His experiences have reaffirmed his believes that if we are to approach Stereoscopic 3D with great curiosity, something special is bound to happen