How to adapt your performance to different types of shots and camera movements, so that your acting always comes across in the best possible way.
Acting on camera is much more technical than acting on the stage. Not only do you need to give a believable and engaging performance, you need to give that performance over and over again, so that it can be captured multiple times from multiple angles!
And you need to make sure that what you do comes across well on the screen and can be edited together easily.
Do you know what an L-cut is and why it should influence your performance? Have you mastered the difference between acting for a mid-shot and for a close-up? Can you keep giving your best for the camera even with lots of blocking and complex camera movements?
Being able to adjust your performance to the requirements of each camera setup is what sets apart the professionals from the amateurs.
In this two day intensive professional workshop you will learn:
- How to always make sure the camera captures you in the best possible way
- How to adapt your performance to different shots
- How to deal with complex blocking and camera movements
- How to turn on-set problems into opportunities
We offer a Buddy Discount*: for every friend** you bring along, you get £20 off and your friend gets £20 off as well. And it’s cumulative, so the more friends you bring, the more discounts you have!
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
* we will refund the amount after payment for all parties has been completed
** the friend has to be someone who has not attended our workshops before and has not already signed up to the workshop