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Storytelling Through the Lens

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Storytelling

Through the Lens

from March 27 to March 27, 2024

Workshop about eye tracing by Martin Landsburg and Favienne Howsepian.

UNI_VERSE

19.00 - 22.00

Wednesday 27th of March

Lijnbaansgracht 297H

UNI_VERSE STUDIO



REGISTER HERE

About Martin and Favienne:

Martin Landsburg and Favienne Howsepian, the duo behind "Storytelling Through the Lens," exude a profound passion for cinematography and storytelling. Leveraging their combined expertise, they educate and empower creatives by dissecting the intricacies of visual storytelling through the lens of cinematography.

Martin's extensive background in education and over a decade in high-end film and TV production enriches their partnership. His unparalleled technical knowledge offers invaluable insights into visual storytelling nuances.

On the other hand, Favienne's skilled navigation of the Los Angeles film industry and her past experience as a cinematography lecturer at the American Film Institute Conservatory brings a unique perspective. Her firsthand experience and industry insights enhance their collaborative efforts.

Workshop details: 

This workshop aims to bridge results with approaches in filmmaking. In every aspect of life, from the streets we walk in, to restaurants we dine in, and art we admire, visual elements guide our attention. These elements represent a vast array of creative choices made by city planners, restaurant owners, or artists. Filmmaking employs specific tools such as character blocking, camera placement, composition, color, lighting, and movement to direct the audience's focus toward key visual elements crucial for evoking emotions and storytelling. Through the topic of "eye tracing," this workshop will explore these visual elements to enhance the connection between story and audience across any creative field. 

The event will kick off with a short icebreaker exercise and will be followed with an introduction to the topic of visual storytelling and eye tracing. Afterwards, participants are encouraged to engage with a full group discussion and a Q&A at the end.

 

We looking forward to seeing you in the studio for conversations & drinks from 18:45!

18.45 - 19.00
Walk-in

19.00 - 21.00
Open discussion/questions

21.00 - 22.00
Drinks 

Limited space available. This form will be closed when we reach maximum capacity.

REGISTER HERE

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from March 27 to March 27, 2024

Workshop about eye tracing by Martin Landsburg and Favienne Howsepian.

UNI_VERSE

19.00 - 22.00

Wednesday 27th of March

Lijnbaansgracht 297H

UNI_VERSE STUDIO



REGISTER HERE

About Martin and Favienne:

Martin Landsburg and Favienne Howsepian, the duo behind "Storytelling Through the Lens," exude a profound passion for cinematography and storytelling. Leveraging their combined expertise, they educate and empower creatives by dissecting the intricacies of visual storytelling through the lens of cinematography.

Martin's extensive background in education and over a decade in high-end film and TV production enriches their partnership. His unparalleled technical knowledge offers invaluable insights into visual storytelling nuances.

On the other hand, Favienne's skilled navigation of the Los Angeles film industry and her past experience as a cinematography lecturer at the American Film Institute Conservatory brings a unique perspective. Her firsthand experience and industry insights enhance their collaborative efforts.

Workshop details: 

This workshop aims to bridge results with approaches in filmmaking. In every aspect of life, from the streets we walk in, to restaurants we dine in, and art we admire, visual elements guide our attention. These elements represent a vast array of creative choices made by city planners, restaurant owners, or artists. Filmmaking employs specific tools such as character blocking, camera placement, composition, color, lighting, and movement to direct the audience's focus toward key visual elements crucial for evoking emotions and storytelling. Through the topic of "eye tracing," this workshop will explore these visual elements to enhance the connection between story and audience across any creative field. 

The event will kick off with a short icebreaker exercise and will be followed with an introduction to the topic of visual storytelling and eye tracing. Afterwards, participants are encouraged to engage with a full group discussion and a Q&A at the end.

 

We looking forward to seeing you in the studio for conversations & drinks from 18:45!

18.45 - 19.00
Walk-in

19.00 - 21.00
Open discussion/questions

21.00 - 22.00
Drinks 

Limited space available. This form will be closed when we reach maximum capacity.

REGISTER HERE

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Creative Technologist

Open Discussion