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Lake Arrowhead Classic Steadicam Workshop

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#1 PeterAbraham


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Posted 08 January 2009 - 11:14 AM

The Tiffen Company is pleased to be hosting the 3rd annual Lake Arrowhead Classic Steadicam Workshop.

This intensive 5 1/2 day event features 4-5 instructors, 16 students, at least 4 big rig Steadicam systems featuring our new Ultra2, Clipper 324, Clipper 312 and Archer, tons of gear, accessories, hard work and fun. Jerry Holway will once again be the Lead Instructor.

The Lake Arrowhead Classic is held March 22- 29, 2009 at the UCLA Conference Center at Lake Arrowhead, California. Those flying in will want to fly to Ontario Airport.

We are still accepting applications for this workshop. Please feel free to contact me with questions and visit our Steadicam Workshops web site for full information, syllabus and registration details on this and all of our Steadicam Workshops.


Peter Abraham

Director of Technical Services, Steadicam

The Tiffen Company

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Posted 27 January 2009 - 09:40 AM

" Why walk when you can ride? "

Good question- asked by Garrett, Jerry and many others through the years. At our upcoming Lake Arrowhead Classic, we will be providing an assortment of methods of moving a Steadicam around that do not involve shoe leather.

I've arranged for the well-designed and remarkably flexible Cine Rover. This system was designed by long-time Steadicam Operator Tony Foresta.

Also working on having one of the Hands-Free Transporter systems designed specifically for Steadicam all week.

Traditional Vehicle Mount is always a part of the Lake Arrowhead Classic. This year is no exception. We'll have several systems to make use of- the standard top-hat vehicle mount as well as the Steadicam Rickshaw provided by our colleague David Allen Grove.

Standing still? Walking down stairs? Running? Riding? Climbing a hill at 45 mph in a vehicle? All a part of the week up at Lake Arrowhead. A few slots are still available for this event.

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