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Steadicam Bronze Workshops in 2017

Tuesday, 10 January 2017 by

New Steadicam Bronze Workshops have been announced for 2017 The Bronze Workshop is a two day workshop designed to get beginners to Steadicam operating in the shortest possible time. We use the smaller rigs up to and including the Zephyr and cover the majority of the Tiffen Steadicam Short Course syllabus. The workshop is non-residential

              13 – 27 July 2015 Set in the mountain top town of Forza D’Agro, on Sicily’s east coast, Flysteadicam were proud to be a technical partner for Terre Di Cinema 2015 http://terredicinema.com/  running a Bronze workshop once again for this years privileged group of young cinematographers. The attending international film students

Steadicam Gold Workshop – Germany

Friday, 26 April 2013 by

International Steadicam Workshop – Munich, Germany. When was it: June 30th – July 6th, 2013 lake Starnberger See, south of Munich, Germany The Lords of Steadicam Garrett Brown Larry McConkey Jerry Holway Instructors: This International Workshop was performed by a group of the most esteemed instructors worldwide. The instructors who are of outstanding skill and reputation have

The 3-day silver workshop in Singapore followed on from two highly successful 5 ½ day Gold workshops in Australia and Malaysia over the last two years, where the objective was to enhance camera operator technique by adding stabiliser control to their employable skill set. Lead instructors for the courses are all highly experienced, working Steadicam

The Tiffen International Steadicam GOLD workshop is a great opportunity to learn the art of Steadicam and have instruction from some of the worlds finest Steadicam operators and instructors, including Steadicam inventors Garrett Brown. The workshop ran from the afternoon of 5th May to the evening of the 10th May 2013 (party night!).  The location

I was fortunate enough to be the B camera / Steadicam operator on the feature film ’47 Ronin’ which was filmed recently at the new Raleigh Studios in Budapest and at Shepperton Studios in London. The Director was Carl Rinsch and the DOP John Mathieson BSC. I had never worked with Carl before but this

The First Ever Bronze Workshop in Japan!

Monday, 19 November 2012 by

One-hundred and ten percent! The dedication shown by the nine eager Steadicam students at the first ever bronze workshop was second to none! Truth be told it was hard work to keep up with them as they spent every possible moment in the rigs, asking questions or discussing better ways to execute a shot. The

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