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Film industry changes pushing Stereo 3D: Workshop Event in NYC

Stereo 3D workshop headed to New York City

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These days the film industry is adjusting to revolutions in technology that continue to affect the craft of filmmaking. As a result more and more studios are pushing to gain 3D stereo production skills. This is why a new workshop is coming to New York City with the goal of helping film makers and videographers master the craft of the stereo 3D production process.

On October 12, 2011, at the Manhattan Edit Worshop headquarters on 80 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm, film makers will be able to gather for a great course on stereo 3D. Stereo3D: Fixing It In Post, will be presented by Tim Dashwood, who is an award-winning expert on the subject of stereo 3D in film.

“In this exclusive three hour, soup-to-nuts workshop, attendees will learn the principles of stereoscopic 3D acquisition, as well as how to identify and repair common issues when working with stereoscopic 3D in post, and a wide-range of mastering techniques for the delivery of quality 3D content to broadcasters,” stated the press release.

All attendees will walk away with a free Stereo3D Toolbox LE license from Dashwood Cinema Solutions, valued at 99.USD. To register for this event please visit this page. The cost of the workshop is 59.USD.

Manhattan Edit Workshop was founded in 2002 by NYC based filmmaker, Josh Apter, with the goal of providing cutting-edge training and instruction in the art of editing. With expert editing instruction and unique artistic guidance on Apple, Adobe(R) and Avid(R) platforms, Mewshop quickly grew into NYC’s top training destination for editors, cinematographers and filmmakers of all types.

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