This is a single-day workshop developed especially as an introduction to stereo 3D for Film Festival attendees. The workshop covers:
* basic stereo 3D principles,
* 3D camera and display technology,
* hands-on filming
* basic 3D editing.
* which factors produce good and bad 3D viewing experiences
* tips for good filming as well as do’s and don’ts for current best practice.
* current stereo 3D technology
* capture and display standards
* 3D cameras systems
* 3D displays with examples of current 3D equipment.
During the workshop you will:
* Do some short 3D filming exercises and review the footage live on 3D TV’s and monitors.
* Load the 3D footage into a 3D edit suite
* Explore some basic 3D post-production work, such as disparity corrections and a simple edit, before outputting a short 3D film.
Attendees are encouraged to bring a memory stick along to take their 3D footage away at the end of the day.
This scheme has been funded by the Creative Skillset Film Skills Fund as part of ‘A Bigger Future 2’, the UK film skills strategy. The Creative Skillset Film Skills Fund is supported by the National Lottery through the BFI and the film industry through the Skills Investment Fund.