Corey Kline, Luke adams

It's as much a truism that "you don't have to light video" as it is that a lot of video looks very poorly lit. We'll examine traditional cinematic lighting values and how they can be applied to your video work without hiring the gaffer with a grip truck. We'll have tips and tricks for low-budget lighting in the field and inexpensive lighting equipment that you can buy at a hardware store so that your video can look its best. Additionally, we'll discuss the differences between various cameras and how they capture and manipulate color as well as lightly touch on color correction issues for finishing your work in editing system like Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere Pro. 

Who Should Attend: People who want to step up the quality of their film and video projects, those interested in film lighting, or those working towards their ASoF Digital Video Certificate.

ASOF Certificate: ASoF Digital Film Certificate Core Class

Prerequisites: None necessary. Beginners welcome

Tuition: $200.00


About the Instructors

Cordelaine (Corey) Kline is an Austin based filmmaker and digital arts teacher. Kline is currently making a romantic comedy web series called Jim the Jerk ( Kline also operates a digital arts summer camp where he instructs 9-18 year olds about iPhoto, Garageband, iMovie, Scratch, and MS Office. Kline has worked as an Assistant Camera/2nd AC on 3 feature films. Kline graduated from the University of Iowa Cinema Program where he produced and DP'd a feature film called Diary of a Superhero which won the Award of Excellence from Iowa Motion Picture Association. 


Luke Adams is a local filmmaker and Austin native. Luke graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Radio, Television, and Film, where he focused on cinematography and live action 3D production. Luke currently freelances in Austin filming music videos and working on indie film sets as a DP and Gaffer.



January 27 & 28, 2018 / Saturday & Sunday / 10:00am - 4:00pm / 8 seats left


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