Philip Bloom’s Cinematic Masterclass: The art and science of filmmaking

MZed's series, "Philip Bloom's Cinematic Masterclass", is designed to give you a step up in understanding the key principles of filmmaking. Join filmmaker, educator and pioneer Philip Bloom as he guides you through the art and science of filmmaking. ClickView has partnered with MZed and added the full series to the ClickView Tertiary Library. The first module is now available for free below:

 

Introduction and Lens Whacking
In this introductory episode, Philip gives you an overview of exactly what to expect throughout his Cinematic Masterclass. We then look at the creative technique of “free lensing” or “lens whacking” as Philip guides us through how it can be used to get dreamy, stylised shots.

Series: Philip Bloom’s Cinematic Masterclass
Production Year: 2017
Subject: Media Arts

Introducing the filmmaker, Philip Bloom

Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker who has shot feature film, factual news and documentary. With a career spanning more than three decades, the past 10 years have seen him specialize in creating incredible cinematic images with a myriad of cameras.

In his course, “Philip Bloom’s Cinematic Masterclass”, you will learn:

  • How to move the camera and when to move it
  • How to film sequences
  • How to visually tell your story
  • How to interview people
  • How to record great audio
  • How to shoot at different speeds, including slow motion, super slow motion, and time lapse
  • How to film with drones

Normally available exclusively to MZed Pro members, the full series of “Philip Bloom’s Cinematic Masterclass” is now available on ClickView.


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