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Barry Green HD seminar & workshop at Broadcast Asia

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The Beauty of P2 HD seminar aims to demystify tapeless technology and its workflow. Emmy Award winning producer Barry Green will be sharing practical tips and tricks on production with solid-state media-less camcorders. He is one of the key crew members who did the 1st ever high definition coverage of The Iditarod Sled Dog Race in Alaska, using entirely P2 HD tapeless workflow. Filmmakers, producers, directors and cameramen will benefit from the case studies discussions.

1. HD Seminar – The Beauty of P2 HD by Barry Green

Date:20 June 2007
Session 1:10.30 am to 1.30 pm
Session 2:2.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Hall 8, Next to Panasonic Booth
FREE entry. Limited to 40 participants. First come first serve basis.

2. HD Seminar – The Beauty of P2 HD by Barry Green

Date: 22 June 2007
Session 1: 10.30 am to 1.30 pm
Hall 8, Next to Panasonic Booth
FREE entry. Limited to 40 participants. First come first serve basis.

ABOUT BARRY W. GREEN
Barry Green is the author of the highly successful The DVX Book and DVX DVD. He is an Emmy-award-winning producer with four Emmy nominations for writing and producing television commercials and public service announcements. He writes and produces award-winning corporate and industry films, commercials, screenplays and films for Fiercely Independent Films Inc. He is an instructor in the HD Bootcamp series of HD training seminars and also serves as a moderator for DVXUser.com, one of the largest on-line communities for users of DVX102 & HVX202 cameras.

To sign up email here with your name, company details (if applicable) and contact details. Please indict your preferred session.

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  1. 16 June 2007 at 9:14 pm

    Barry Green shouldn’t brag about filming the Iditarod. The race doesn’t deserve promotion because it’s terribly cruel to dogs. For the facts, visit the Sled Dog Action Coalition website, http://www.helpsleddogs.org

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