Posted 11 November 2005 - 11:10 AM
I am based in Cornwall, in the south of the UK.
I have owned a glidecam for a few months now and am happy with the results so far.
However, i would like to take it a little more seriously and invest in a decent workshop.
does anyone know if there any Steadicam/glidecam workshops coming up in the UK?
I see there a few that take place in Europe but wondered if they happen nearer to home before i raid the piggybank.
any help would be much appreciated
Posted 11 November 2005 - 11:17 AM
Posted 14 November 2005 - 02:39 AM
You can always look into the internatinal workshop in Munich/Germany! It's a great workshop with great teachers...!
cheers, Guido Lux
Posted 14 November 2005 - 10:09 AM
yeah i saw a flyer for the wokshop the other day, i see theyve got some really good teachers.
including the guy who shot russian ark...
its a little expensive for me but very very tempting!
Posted 28 November 2005 - 11:50 AM
I know Hofmann of Sweden is arranging another workshop w/ Jerry Holway in the spring of 2006.
I took this class myself in October this year. A great class and not too expensive. I think it's about £1,000.
I truly recommend it.
Check it out:
Posted 29 December 2005 - 04:11 PM
I'm new to the forum - and I can see that I've come to the right place.
I work in my own small production company - making informationvideos / dvd's for different customers, local authorities and so.
However, I consider buying a rig. I understand that the best I can do is to join a workshop.
I'm not quite sure if I have got everything right. Let's say I go to the workshop in Sweden - how many brands of rigs will there typically be represented?
Can I try the different rigs (brands) in such a workshop (or the most popular)? - And thereafter I can go to the IBC-fair to go shopping :-) ?
Happy New Year from John P.
Located on the pancake-island Lolland, south part of Denmark. Yes. Here's totally flat.
Posted 29 December 2005 - 06:25 PM
Oh and, if you join a steadicam workshop, the rigs are probably steadicam ( tiffen ) too i guess.
Glidecam workshop = Glidecam rigs
Posted 30 December 2005 - 03:23 PM
Thank you for your quick reply.
I understand that the workshops are made by different companies. I'll join one - and go to the IBC 2006 to find something that fits my budget and me :-)
Posted 31 December 2005 - 08:15 AM
First in english, so nobody gets confused over our danish language.
I am an Operator based in Copenhagen. I own a complete Baer-bel system. I am very pleased with it and have used it a lot since I purchased it two years ago. You are right that a workshop is nessasary, I went to Rockport, Maine. It was fantastic. Paul Taylor was the head instructor, and he is a very skilled Steadica Operator and a very kind person.
If you need advice on Steadicams, this is the perfect forum. I have used it since I started getting into Steadicam. And if you have any questions you can contact me, and we can have a talk.
And now for the danish:
John, du kan bare maile mig på email@example.com, hvis du vil høre lidt mere, jeg har selv lavet Steadicam i et par år og lærer hele tiden selv. Jeg kender et par andre, forholdsvis, nye operatører her i KBH, og vi mødes engang imellem og "leger" med udstyr.
Happy New Year everyone across the world. And have a great year in the business.
All the best
Posted 01 January 2006 - 10:19 AM
Thank you for your information. I'll get in touch with you. Copenhagen is not far from here, so I'll be very interested in seing some "gear in use" :-)
Regards, John P.