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May 16, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Learn the basics of filmmaking with your DSLR camera!
Thursday May 16 + 23, 6-9pm
In this introductory course on DSLR Video, students will learn the basics principles of using DSLR Cameras as a tool to help convey certain ideas. Simultaneously, students will look at the role of the cinematographer, different shot types and lighting techniques, and will gain a greater understanding of one of the most important pieces of video/filmmaking.
Instructor: Steven Barthelemy-Luna
Steven Barthelemy-Luna is a filmmaker from Queens, New York. Steven spent his undergraduate years at Rhode Island College in Providence, Rhode Island. While attending Rhode Island College, Steven won several film talent awards and was a recipient for the Tess Hoffman Scholarship, and the Mark W. Estrin Film Studies award, earning him a B.A. in Film Studies and Public Relations. Steven also worked with an Emmy® Award-winning multimedia production company, Devlo Media, for three years as an Assistant Editor and a Production Assistant. Steven’s latest experimental film, “Cut,” opened for award-winning documentary “Tre Maison Desan” at the Rhode Island International Film Festival and “Cut” won an Accolade Global Film Award. Steven also teaches as an adjunct professor at Rhode Island College and is currently an MFA Film and Media Art candidate at Emerson College.
Website & Portfolio: www.stevenluna.com