7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
24th March, 2020
As Netflix, Amazon and other broadcasters embrace HDR productions, TV personnel from across the sector need to gain an understanding of the benefits this technology can bring and the impact it will have on production workflows.
HDR is already proving popular amongst high end productions in Natural History, Drama and Live Sport. Such programming has demonstrated the benefits and expanded creative opportunities from delivering more life-like colour and brightness variation in their output, raising the realism of the content presented.
Who is this course for?
If you are considering the use of HDR within upcoming productions or as part of your broadcasting or production capabilities, and have prior knowledge of post-production, then this course is for you. It will benefit individuals in the following job roles: colourist, online editor, MCR operator, technical manager, engineer, chief engineer.
Priority will be given to those working in the high-end TV sector and in alignment with ScreenSkills’ diversity goals and commitments.
Pat Horridge has vast experience in training for broadcasters and post-production facilities in technical, operation and overview. Pat has recently worked with the likes of ITN, NBC Universal and Sky Productions.
This is a one-day course running on 24 and 26 March in London, 31 March in Manchester.
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