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Friday, February 19, 2010

Heads Up: Stereoscopic Cinema Class at UCLA Extension

Michael here. Yesterday on the set of I.E. Effects' S3D production I happened to run into stereographer Keith Collea, who was supervising the 3D for the shoot. We talked S3D for a while, and he helped clarify a lot of points regarding stereo production. The funny thing is that I did not realize at first that he was teaching a class I registered for a couple months ago, a course titled "Stereoscopic Cinema: The Basics of 3D Filmmaking."

The class is being offered at UCLA Extension. Read the description below:

Today's trend toward 3D moviemaking is on the rise. This course looks at the history and current technological innovations in the 3D field. You learn about to the theory and techniques of Digital Stereographic 3D filmmaking and spend a day on stage with a 3D camera system similar to those being used today on the biggest Hollywood productions. Finally you see how this footage can be posted using Final Cut Pro and you visit a local post house specializing in 3D Digital Intermediate work.

Westwood: 202 Extension Lindbrook Center
Monday, 7-10pm
March 1, 8 & 15

Los Angeles: Red Cam Studios
Saturday, 10am-1pm
March 6, 13 & 20


I can't wait for the class. Anyone else in the LA area interested in expanding their knowledge of S3D should definitely consider joining!

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