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New Mexico Post Alliance Postproduction Workshop Series 2016 #3

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Join UNM Continuing Education and the New Mexico Post Alliance for engaging workshops. Who should attend? Everyone interested in understanding digital acquisition, visual
effects and compositing, postproduction, sound recording, sound editing, video editing and postproduction workflows.

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New Mexico Post Alliance Postproduction Workshop Series 2016 #3

  1. 1. Postproduction Workshop Series 2016 The New Mexico Post Alliance is offering a Postproduction Workshop Series, 2016 in cooperation with UNM Continuing Education. The workshops will cover a variety of topics including video and sound editing, post workflows, color correction, tips and tricks of on- set sound mixing, visual effects, animation, motion graphics, plus more… The series will be offered once per month during 2016, Thursday evenings, or Saturday afternoons in room 219 at the University of New Mexico Continuing Education, South building, University and Indian School. nmpost.org/2016workshops Who should attend: Everyone interested in understanding digital acquisition, visual effects and compositing, postproduction, sound recording, sound editing, video editing and postproduction workflows. Register at Eventbrite, nmpapostworkshops2016.eventbrite.com 2016 Workshop Schedule: #1 Thursday, January 14th, 6 to 8 pm with Chris Paul (Completed, Thanks Chris!) #2 Saturday, February 13th, 1 to 3 pm with Darryl L. Frank, D3 Productions. “Sound from Set to Post” (Completed, Thanks Darryl!) #3 Thursday. March 10th, 6 to 8 pm with Brad Stoddard, Stoddard Communications Editorial Workflows - “Digital Camera to Digital Deliverables” (details on back page) #4 (NOTE NEW DATE) Saturday. April 16th, 1 to 3 pm with Steve Milner, Postproduction Professional, “Post Production Careers: Being on the Cutting Edge of Change” #5 Thursday, May 19th, 6 to 8 pm with Aaron Estrada, VFX Artist & Compositor Visual Effects Composting #6 Saturday June 18th, 1 to 3 pm with Sherwin Lau, Professor, NMSU Editing Audio in Postproduction #7 Thursday, July 14th, 6 to 8 pm TBD #8 Saturday, August 13th, 1 to 3 pm TBD Workshops require a $30 fee. NMPA members qualify for a 20% discount if three workshops are purchased at time of registering. Presenter schedule subject to change.
  2. 2. Workshop Details Workshop #3 Thursday. March 10th, 6 to 8 pm “Editorial Workflows - Digital Camera to Digital Deliverables” with Brad Stoddard of Stoddard Communications. Brad will cover the video postproduction process (workflow), demonstrating non-linear editing tools Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro, and Davinci Resolve. Demonstration and discussion will include importing, media management, metadata, exporting, file formats, and quality checking deliverables. Q&A. Bio: Brad Stoddard is an award winning filmmaker, writer and cinematographer. His credits include a broad range of feature film, television, documentary projects and educational media. Brad is owner of Stoddard Communications, a New Mexico production/postproduction company and is currently President of the New Mexico Post Alliance. He is experienced in project development, production, postproduction and finishing and maintains excellent relationships with editors, assistants, sound and visual effects artists as a postproduction supervisor. He is a Certified Trainer for Final Cut Pro X and is has extensive workflow design experience in digital acquisition and editorial systems. His film credits include: Picture Editor, A Lonely Place for Dying, Almost Americans; Producer/Director, CONNECT PBS TV Series. See his IMDB www.imdb.com/name/nm2268406 Workshop #4 Saturday. April 16th, 1 to 3 pm “Post Production Careers: Being on the Cutting Edge of Change” with Steve Milner. Steve will discuss what it is like working in postproduction, the business as a trade and earning your skills on the job. Steve’s discussion will include topics such as always changing post careers, advancement by changing jobs and a group discussion on “How will we bring job opportunities to New Mexico by establishing and growing a thriving post industry.” Steve believes that the postproduction business boils down to billing, and that we can create positions and opportunities to establish NM as new hot bed of postproduction. Bio: Steven Milner has been a technician in post production for over twenty years at some of the industry’s top houses in Los Angeles and New York. His range of experience includes technical evaluation, editing, telecine mastering and color grading, into addition to lighting design with 3-D software. He has worked closely with world- renown color correction artists at Company 3 in New York and gained exposure to an elite group of clients in the commercial market. Having returned to his native New Mexico, Steven hopes to bring the same level of work to our state.

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