Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day

Are you looking for a last minute gift for your Sweetheart?

Give them a full day pass to Fusion 2012. Give them the day off from all their other responsibilities and they will thank you a hundredfold and come back smarter and inspired as well. What is Fusion 2012?

"FUSION 2012" is our the Second Annual Trade Show of Gear and Techniques for the DSLR Videographer. What will you find there? The hottest gear around!  Talk to Nikon's staff and see the new D800 and D4. Talk to Canon's staff and see the new D1X and full line of DSLR video cameras. The boys from Cinevate will be there with their new rigs and answering all your questions. The trade show will run concurrently to the speakers, featuring over 17 vendors showcasing all the products (from gear to software) you need for your projects. Vendors include: Canon, Nikon, Sennheiser, Panasonic, Wacom, Adobe, Beachtek, K5600 lighting, Kobold lighting, Manfrotto tripods and heads. Lensbaby, Steadicam and many more.

The Speakers: Four industry-leading speakers will be sharing their experiences, inspiration and technical information on making great videos with your DSLR camera.

Nick Didlick has been an editorial and commercial photographer for over 30 years, he will offer an introduction to DSLR Video for Still Photographers. From equipment and planning to shooting your "first video” his lecture will be full of tips and tricks.

Kirk Neff is a former Senior Photojournalist and a current Director of Photography for Global Television’s program “16 x 9”.  Kirk will talk about his work and why and how he made the shift to shooting DSLR exclusively as well as the advantages and disadvantages of using a DSLR to shoot long format news stories.

Alex Gower-Jackson is a Director / Creative Producer based in Vancouver. Alex will speak about his work on the spectacular shots for the opening of the 2010 Winter Olympics and the many aspects to aerial film work from both a creative and logistics perspective.

Mitch Wood is a Senior Solutions Engineers for Adobe Systems. “Little cameras are bringing big changes to your production toolset”. Learn how native support for DSLR cameras in Adobe Premiere Pro gives you a competitive edge. You’ll also learn how Adobe Premiere Pro is an integral part of your core editing workflow enabling you to deliver productions faster than ever. 

For tickets and more information go to: http://www.beauphoto.com/fusion2012/fusion_frm.html



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