Light and Camera: An in-depth study in cinematography with Tyler Funk
April 6 at12:00 pm - 6:00 pm$35 – $50
Join us for an in-depth study in Cinematography with award winning Cinematographer Tyler Funk. The 6 hour workshop will explore all the different ways that lighting and camera movement can change the feeling of a scene. The class will consist of both a lecture and hands on approach, which will allow workshop participants to learn about how lighting and camera shape a film as well as will be able to put their new ideas into practise in our Black Lodge Studio.
This class is recommended to any filmmaker that has a basic understanding of camera but wants to learn more about the craft of cinematography.
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Tyler started making short flms and experimenting with photography in 2002. He enjoys telling stories with images, still or moving. He works on a wide range of projects including commercials, music videos, and documentaries. In 2013, Tyler won best cinematography at the Sufolk Film Festival for the short film “Expect Something and Nothing at Once” directed by Michelle Elrick. Other credits include work for BNN, Sportsnet, CBC, and HGTV. He currently lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; working as a freelance director, cinematographer, photographer, and editor.