How To Expose Your Canon Cinema EOS Camera Platform

INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON:  10 Minutes of  Instructional Video, In-Depth Written Breakdown, Behind-the-Scene Stills

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN:  With digital to continue to take the main stage of cinema and making a bigger name for itself. Canon EOS Cinema Line has opened a lot of doors to make shooting flexible for all users. In this lesson, Shane Hurlbut, ASC discusses the tips and tricks to properly expose the EOS Cinema Line.

  • Understanding Canon EOS Cinema Line.
  • Taking a deep look into their camera sensors and what you need to know.
  • The tips and tricks to get the most out of the sensor.
  • The color science behind the sensor.
  • What makes these cameras versatile and deadly in the right hands.


<<<Barry Broatach>>> Thank you again, Shane. It is truly amazing how much information you and your team have put up on this SIC site. I have been away for a while and now come back to more information on working with digital or film cameras on you SIC website. This has saved me so much trial and error, although I do like the learning by DIY, but not when the clock is ticking on productions paid time. I’m so glad I joined the SIC in the early days.
<<<Edding Gilbert>>> Thank you so FREAKING much for this one Shane! I’m sold on the Hurlbut Academy now for life! Ever since the tour I’ve been obsessed with false color but could never find anything regarding false color and cinema EOS, which is what I own. I could only find RED stuff. You’re the best man! Hurlbut Academy for life!


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Derrick Gutormson 25 days ago

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