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Deadline Approaching for Gréasán Na Meán Skilllnet New 3-Day Camera Trainee Workshop in Galway
17 Apr 2019 : News Desk
Gréasán Na Meán Skilllnet
Greasán na Meán Skillnet has partnered with Screen Skills Ireland to deliver a new Camera training course in Galway.

This course is aimed at Camera Trainees or trainees from other areas wishing to work in the Camera department. Although aimed at trainees, a basic knowledge of cinematography is a prerequisite.

The ideal applicants will have two to three years’ experience in a film / TV related college course or similar workshop or proven experience working with cameras, and should have at least a basic understanding of the principals of photography.

Course Details:

The deadline for applications is 12 pm on Friday, 19th April 2019.

Date: Saturday 27th April 2019

Tutors: Ciaran Tanham, Director of Photography, ISC and John Leahy, 24/7 Drama.

Duration: 3 x Days

Venue: Ros na Rún, An Chuasnóg, Baile Ard, Spiddal, Co. Galway

Cost: €300.00

The Camera Trainee Workshop will be run over three days at The Ros na Rún Studios, Baile Árd, Spiddal, Co Galway from the 27th April to Monday 29th April 2019. This workshop aims to introduce, educate and prepare participants for an entry-level position as a camera trainee for work in Film and TV. The course tutor will be Cinematographer Ciaran Tanham ISC, Course supervisor will be John Leahy along with an experienced camera assistant/focus puller.

This is a beginner’s workshop, for a limited number of participants, and will focus on best work practices for Camera Crew on Set, Prep of equipment, handling equipment, roles in the camera department, along with the mechanics and preparation of the most commonly used Camera systems used in the industry at present. The course will give each participant ‘hands-on’ time with each camera system and will involve lectures and demonstrations.

For further information, please email info@greasannamean.ie or call 091 558400.




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