NY EXPO Master Class

Master Class Lighting Workshop

Sun, March 12th, 2023

11am – 2pm EST

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Creative Lighting and Camera Techniques for Filmmakers

Cameras and lighting have evolved rapidly in the digital era, but the art of lighting continues to be an essential component of cinematography. Today’s elite cameras are capable of capturing images in extremely low light. 

LED lighting fixtures can be controlled remotely, change colors very quickly, generate less heat on set and use very little power. These are incredible tools to facilitate telling stories and creating mood in a business where time management and efficiency have never been more important. 

Patience for lighting time has evaporated with the advent of digital formats, so adapting to a faster pace of working has become crucial to a cinematographer’s job performance. 

This class will cover the creative relationship between camera and lighting in current filmmaking environments. The instructor will utilize ARRI ALEXA 35 and for lighting ARRI Orbiter and Skypanels.

Instructor Bio

Cory Geryak is a cinematographer whose recent credits include “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” (Additional Director of Photography), “Billy Knight”, “Supercool”, “The Vanished”, and “Running with the Devil”.  His television work includes “Into the Dark: The Current Occupant” and “Euphoria”.

Prior to his cinematography work, he practiced his craft at the top of the lighting game for many years.  His credits include more than 50 projects as a Chief Lighting Technician, working on such notable films as “Inception”, “The Dark Knight Trilogy”, “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol”, “Her”, “Thor”, and “3:10 to Yuma”.


Cancellation Policy:
Refunds (minus a 15% return fee) are provided if reservations are canceled at least 2 weeks in advance of the scheduled class or event date.

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