Visual Effects (VFX) with DNEG course
Gain a unique overview of how a VFX shot is created from inception to final composite with award-winning, global animation and VFX company DNEG.
Duration: 1 day
This intensive one-day studio and classroom VFX course is led by award-winning, global animation and VFX company DNEG. This course will introduce you to how a VFX shot is created from inception to final composite, covering pre-production, shoot and post-production stages and includes a hands-on session with a digital stills camera.
Who should do this course?
This course is aimed at people who want to "step into" the filmmaking industry within the field of VFX. Attendees may wish to use the knowledge gained as an additional skill within their employment, to support their clients and grow their business, or may see this as a stepping stone or a foundation course to take the next step into the film industry.
This course also serves as an accessible summary for people currently working in creative media, outside of the technical world.
When is the course run?
The course will commence at 9am and run until 5pm
- Saturday October 27
- Saturday December 1
- Saturday March 2
- Saturday March 30
- May 2019
For specific course dates please contact us.
This is a bespoke service catering for all skill levels, where participants will have the opportunity to engage with a highly experienced course instructor from DNEG's in-house training programme "Greenlight".
DNEG's in-house Greenlight programmes deliver intensive dedicated training, live production experience and mentoring with existing DNEG artists and supervisors. Greenlight has been designed to offer the support and expertise to fully realise the potential of the next generation of VFX artists.
What is covered in the course?
This introductory course in VFX will give you an overview of the language of VFX and how it is used in all production stages in today's global filmmaking industry.
You will gain an insight into the future of filmmaking and develop an awareness around the virtual production approach in filmmaking.
During the course you will have opportunities to network in an informal setting with fellow attendees, tutors and representatives from the film and TV industry.
You will also be invited to join the IFS Alumni Association where you can continue to exchange information, share tips and receive exclusive offers and invitations to events.
I've achieved something I have always wanted to do.
Colette E. Student no. CCA10844
The tutors were excellent in the extreme.
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