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Live Stream Classes at AbelCine

Our live stream classes have been popular with attendees, but if you haven't taken one yet, you may be wondering what they are like. We've put together a short video so you can get a sense of the experience, as well as what some actual participants had to say about them.


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What People Are Saying

Even during a pandemic, AbelCine sticks to their standard of excellence. The class was very informative, and I didn't feel limited by the virtual platform. All questions were answered, and there was a complete demonstration of the camera... I've taken a bunch of classes at AbelCine but this was my first online class. That being said, it definitely won't be my last.

– Anuar Aly, Live Stream: Intro to Phantom High-Speed Cameras as a Storytelling Tool

Dado's love and enthusiasm for color science, as well as his technical prowess in the medium, protrude out of our screens as we sit at home in the middle of a pandemic, in what became the first iteration of this workshop done online. Despite the many degrees of separation, the experience remains invaluable. Thank you for a great class.

– Zé Frías, Live Stream: Color Managed Workflow

Rick Siegel shared knowledge and practices that are the result of his years of experimentation and experience. I learned a lot from his personal stories proving how careful preparation, and responding flexibly to unforeseen issues can yield fab results. Siegel did an excellent job of breaking down the process of lighting a scene. He showed setups from simple, 1-light and reflector setups, to vast arenas with six cameras and massive overhead panel-controlled lighting grid, and everything between. Many of his examples are applicable the kind of real-world situations I face: small budgets, tiny crews, close spaces, and tight schedules. Plenty of great info beyond lighting setups, too: helpful comparative examples (stills) of the same scene through various lenses; how to respect your subject by making them look good. Siegel is a generous and approachable instructor and a true pro.

– Martina Reese, Cinematography Certainties: For Creators in Uncertain Times

Very enjoyable and well done live stream class that covered the creative and technical aspects of lenses. The team at AbelCine did a great job presenting the material. I feel much more versed in the subject and competent to pursue educating myself further.

– Pail Hartel, Live Stream: Technical and Creative Aspects of a Lens

This class answered many questions we, as Cinematographers, have on HDR. It's new ground for almost all of us, but it is here to stay. This course gives me a precious head start on many colleagues, who are still lost among conflicting sources of information.

– Pascal Montjovent, Live Stream: HDR On Set

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We are pleased to introduce our newly expanded options for online learning, in both live and on-demand formats.