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From Still to Motion

A Photographer's Introduction
to Digital Filmmaking

Workshop Presented by Elliot Malcolm

Camera not required, but encouraged!
All Ages  |  18 Person Cap  |  $80



Studio Apparatus

Tuesday, August 7th 2018

7:00pm - 9:00pm

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Learn how to shoot stunning video with the tools you already have!

60min lecture on foundational principles, and the best practices & common challenges with motion capture.

60min of technical discussion, overview of common tools, hands-on practice with specific techniques and time for Q&A!

Continuing education resources to help you grow & succeed further on your own time.


Your modern camera is a photographer’s dream - and it also happens to take incredible video! Explore the advantages and challenges of using your photo camera to produce exquisite motion capture. Learn key techniques and camera set up for videography, with an introduction to digital filmmaking.

This introductory class is geared towards anyone who already has experience with using a DSLR or mirrorless camera for still photography with an interest in learning how to use the same camera to create high-quality video content.

Topics covered:

• How to properly set up your camera to shoot video
• The differences between motion and still capture
• Critical techniques for effective motion
• Improving your rig + tools to add to your kit
• A light introduction to filmmaking


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Elliot Malcolm is a self-taught creative technician and director with a decade of experience bringing multimedia projects from inception to completion. His work is featured on publications across the internet, and he has a passion for the technical, tedious, divine and experimental beauty of creativity in its many forms.

Today, Elliot continues to pursue his passion for visual media as a freelance director & image maker. Elliot is also a co-owner at Studio Apparatus.

View more of Elliot Malcolm's work here.

Earlier Event: July 26
The Shape of Light
Later Event: August 9
Digital Storytelling