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Possible Master Class after Cinegear who's interested?

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#1 David Allen Grove SOC

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Posted 13 June 2008 - 12:45 PM

Is there anyone interested in taking the SG's Master Class this month?

The two day class would be held in Los Angeles the week following Cinegear.

June 23 & 24 or June 24 & 25

The cost is $850

We would need a minimum of 4 people to get it going and a max of 6.

Participants must bring their own Steadicam Equipment and a camera that has XLR inputs (we record sound). You must also have your own equipment insurance as the SG does not provide insurance. By taking the master class you assume full risk.

Lunch will be provided both days

Advanced instruction, Real actors, real scripts, real lighting situations, Real Sound recording.....THE WORKS!

Lead Instructor is Charles Papert.
Coordiantor/assistant instructor. me.

Check out the www.Steadicamguild.net website for video clips from our last workshop and for details.

(Please note: the website currently says 3 day master class. This is incorrect, however we do plan to have a 3 day class in the very near future).

email davidgrove@gmail.com if interested.
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#2 Jess Haas SOC

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Posted 14 June 2008 - 12:07 AM

Can't do those dates but if you push to early July I might be interested.

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#3 David Allen Grove SOC

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Posted 18 June 2008 - 06:37 PM

We are postponing the Master Class for a later date.

If anyone is interested in taking the Master Class at a later date, please send your resume and reel to Charles Papert.

Participants must own their own rig, have equipment insurance, have access to a DV camera with XLR inputs (we record sound) and it is advised that you have already taken a beginners workshop.

Participants should have at least 6 months of professional work as a camera stabilizer operator.

Students who successfully complete the Master Class become Steadicam Guild members at the conclusion of the course.

for more info: http://www.steadicamguild.net

Edited by David Allen Grove SOC, 18 June 2008 - 06:43 PM.

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