3-Day REDUCATION Class
REDUCATION® is real-world training taught by industry professionals. REDUCATION is tailored for all skill levels, from students to working professionals. REDUCATION instructors teach application knowledge of RED's entire RAW workflow process, from digital acquisition through post production.
RED Digital Cinema is committed to helping shooters develop hands-on, industry-specific skills through the REDUCATION program. During this unique time the REDUCATION team has been working to create an immersive course in a virtual setting. We have built a program with a mix of synchronous and asynchronous learning that covers all curriculum from an in-person course while adding resources that will build community and connections such as online knowledge base and access to industry leaders.
This workshop is open to anyone who owns or can acquire a RED. If you are unable to acquire one, you will be able to rent one from RED Digital Cinema based on availability. REDUCATION training will be limited to 50 persons per training session.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions.HOURS:
- 9am - 1pm
- Virtual course - $850.00 | Virtual course + rental kit - $1,000
- In-person course - $1,500
Are you interested in having a REDucation in your city? We will be offering "nodes", if you have a group with more than 5 people, we will send a teacher to your city for a hands on experience. If you are interested, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- December 5th-7th
- January 9th-12th (In-Person Post Intensive)
3-DAY CLASS CURRICULUM
- Day 1
- History of RED
- Technical introduction to what makes an image
- RED ecosystem
- Recording Options
- RED media
- Exposure and exposure dynamics
- Day 2
- Initial camera setup configuration
- Camera setup and operation: Part 1
- RED menu system
- Camera setup and operation: Part 2
- Lens mounts and lens data wireless
- Day 3
- The future of production
- Working with R3D files: Part 1
- REDCODE RAW
- Data Management
- Working with R3D files: Part 2
- Rigging Overview
REDUCATION instructors teach application knowledge of RED’s entire RAW workflow process, from digital acquisition through post production.
Professor / CinematographerBio
Colorist / Post ProductionBio
Dan DuranFILMER / COLORIST / POST PRODUCTION
Dan Duran has been with RED Digital Cinema since 2007. He is the face of many RED TECH videos as well as RED’s head post-production and workflow specialist. Most recently, he’s been on the front lines visiting post facilities, rental houses, and production companies catering to their workflow needs and promoting best practices while utilizing RED cameras and 8K footage. He has experience supporting production and post ranging from commercials and music videos to episodic and features. Dan Duran is currently based at RED Studios in Hollywood, CA.
William DonarumCinematographer / Professor
By day, William (aka Bill) is currently a Professor of The Practice in Filmmaking at the University of Notre Dame and serves as Creative Director for the Office of Digital Learning. Beginning as a grip and a stuntman at Universal Studios, he moved into production management, camera, editing and now teaching. He continues to make narrative and documentary films primarily using the RED cameras in his arsenal.
During his off time he seeks action, energy and purpose through military led endurance events, which keeps him ready for production field work of any kind. Keeping him in line are his wife, four kids and golden retriever.
More of his work and continuing adventures can be seen at williamdonaruma.com.
Residing on the west coast but always following the next adventure, moving cameras with speed is the name of the game. Russian arm, camera car, drone - you name it, Keaton straps a camera to it with a unique crew of young cinematographers. If the tool he needs isn’t around, he will make it, regardless of the complexity. Come join him in paradise, or as most know it, Lake Tahoe, for a backcountry powder day or go for a summertime boar cruise. Always push forward and always have fun.
Ali Ivosevich was raised in Washington, DC, but has lived in Los Angeles for over 12 years for her career as a cinematographer. She since has had the opportunity to become a lens technician at several major rental houses due to her love of glass. She began modifying her own cinema lenses for her productions and has accumulated over 10 years of extensive working knowledge of all things lenses, not only technical, but also artistic. Ali has a deep love of emulsion film, cameras, and all the processes of photography and cinematography; and continues to work as a DP.
Ivan Agerton is an expedition based stills/motion photographer. He’s worked with National Geographic, OceanX, NASA, WHOI and the UN. His work takes him on sea, land and air expeditions doing his part to create stories that will help save our planet.