When: Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Time: 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Where: For supper, King’s Head Pub
For the presentation, Red River College Princess Street Campus, Room P315
** If you’re not on Facebook, please RSVP on the Contact Us page.
Door Prizes: Some Microsoft gear and possibly some golf shirts.
DSLR film making has changed the landscape of movie production. Rapid technological improvements have brought us cameras like the Canon 7d and Canon T2i which allow filmmakers to create stunning images with a small camera at a low price.
These cameras are being used extensively in commercials, documentaries and TV shows including House and Saturday Night Live.
Steve Langston from Dirty T-Shirt Productions will speak on:
- What is DSLR film making and how has it changed the industry
- What you need to get involved in DSLR film making
- Pros and Cons of DSLR film making
- Resources available to the DSLR filmmaker
He will also talk about some of the theory behind making impressive movies that entertain and motivate. All of his equipment will be on display for people to check out.
About Steve Langston
Steve Langston is the president of Dirty T-Shirt Productions, a company that helps businesses and organizations tell their stories through video and social media.
Langston is the author of 2 successful books www.canadabybicycle.com and www.manitobabybicycle.com, he has an Accounting Diploma from Assiniboine Community College and a Bachelor of Management from the University of Lethbridge.
Steve currently works with clients that include Elkhorn Resort, Narrows West, Royal Le Page Dynamic and is currently producing a feature-length documentary called Riding North which is available at www.ridingnorth.com
Steve spends his time between Winnipeg & Riding Mountain National Park operating Dirty T-Shirt Productions. When not on the computer he enjoys fitness, photography & cycle touring.