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. Whether attending an in-person or virtual course, we built a program with a mix of hands on, synchronous, and asynchronous learning. We provide you with resources that will build community, connections, and access to industry leaders.
Please contact REDUCATION@red.com if you have any questions.PRICING:
- Pricing varies on the location and format. For detailed costs refer to the event registration pages.
- Feb 14-16, 2024
This virtual REDUCATION course is a live learning environment with instructor and peer interaction. It will focus on camera settings, exposure, image composition, R3D file management and post-production workflows. The online portion will run from 9am - 1:30pm and students will be given optional shooting exercises to complete during the remainder of the day. Students will upload sample files for teacher review the following day. If you are unable to acquire a RED camera for the course, you can rent one from Wildmotion. Taught by some of the industry's most skilled professionals, including William Donaruma, Ivan Agerton, Erin Ranney, Keaton Bowlby, and Christine Steele. Don't miss your chance to secure a spot in the workshop. Please use the Eventbrite Website to register.
- Mar 25-27, 2024
This in-person REDUCATION will take place at Dynamic Rentals in Burbank, a quick drive from RED Studios in Hollywood. There will be a mix of classroom training and hands-on with V-RAPTOR and KOMODO-X. It will focus on camera settings, exposure, image composition, R3D file management, post-production workflows, rigging and aerials. Taught by some of the industry's most skilled professionals, including William Donaruma, Ivan Agerton, and Keaton Bowlby. Don't miss your chance to secure a spot.
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
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.
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.