RED Workstation and Scarlet Workflow

Posted on Jan 23, 2013 in Workshops

This year, HP joined forces with RED to produce one of the most powerful processers for managing digital camera footage, an exclusive RED edition of the Z820 Workstation. In this workshop, elements of shooting, editing and processing on the RED system will be explained.

A leading educator for REDucation, Nick Shaw has been working in post-production for over 15 years. His current focus is the emerging field of Digital Cinema, and his experience

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in post gives him valuable insight into the issues involved in data-driven workflows, taking footage securely and seamlessly from set to post. He has worked with a range of digital cameras, including the ARRI D20/21 and ALEXA, Sony F65 and the RED One and RED Epic. Nick was one of the first in the UK to work with the RED One, having followed its development from its inception.

He has worked with clients including Warner Brothers, Universal, Twentieth Century Fox, Eon Productions, RED, ARRI, Filmlight and The Foundry, on projects including studio feature films, commercials, pop promos, theme park attractions and concert screens, as well as the development of software for Digital Cinema workflows.

Spaces are free but limited, so book here to ensure a place! Additional tickets will be available to visitors on the day, and will be offered on a first come first serve basis.

Time: Saturday 26th January, 13:00
Places: 12
Admission: Free
Venue: Gallery 2

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