Free Live Webinar: Studio Set Lighting Led by Christopher Baffa, ASC

Free Live Cinematography Webinar! Studio Set Lighting w/ Christopher Baffa, ASC. Save the date! Don't forget to reserve your online seat!

FREE Live Webinar

Studio Set Lighting

Led by Christopher Baffa, ASC

  • Webinar: “Studio Set Lighting” Led by Christopher Baffa, ASC
  • Date: Monday, April 22, 2024
  • Time: 10:00am PST to 11:30am PST (California time)
  • Cost: FREE to attend. Register now!

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In this live studio set lighting webinar led by Christopher Baffa ASC and hosted by StudentFilmmakers.com, participants will delve into the world of lighting for studio environments. From foundational concepts to innovative approaches, attendees will explore various aspects of studio lighting techniques. This interactive session promises to equip filmmakers with valuable insights and practical knowledge to enhance their studio lighting skills for compelling visual storytelling. Save the date and sign up FREE today!

Webinar Survey Feedback Highlights:

“Christopher Baffa is an amazing expert and mentor into the world of filmmaking as he teaches beginners to experts something new each session with his lived experience as a cinematographer and collaborator.”
~Harri James (Script Supervisor/Director)

“The cinematography webinar is a reliable source of learning. By bridging real-world on-set filming experiences and academic theories, students can get a real sense of practical applications.”

“Thank you for another fantastic webinar! The most valuable thing for me this time was Christopher’s excellent presentation of the links between visuals and script. It is so great to see the visuals presented so clearly and by such an expert. Thank you.”

“Christopher: thank you so much for your generosity in sharing your knowledge. I’ve been so fortunate to have been part of several of your webinars and they are consistently wonderful: intelligent, helpful, and motivating. Your acceptance of all is terrific. I love your method of presentation – the screen share with clips, followed by questions. Thank you so much! To Jody and Student Filmmakers Magazine: thank you so much for setting up such an excellent program. This is great learning. As a result of these seminars I look forward to being part of SFM. A million thanks!”

“Chris and the team at Student Filmmakers do a great job of making the participants feel involved in the seminar. They’re always informative and an enjoyable experience.”

“Thank you, thank you Christopher, Jody and the Student Filmmakers Team for a phenomenal and in-depth presentation!! ★★★★★”

“This has been an amazing webinar. It was like a 4-year film bachelor’s degree. I appreciate this kind of webinar. Thank you, guys!!”

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CHRISTOPHER BAFFA, ASC (Director of Photography) graduated from the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television, attaining his first theatrical director of photography credit in 1994.

Christopher has been fortunate to work in television and theatrical feature films. His films include ASHBY, STEP SISTERS, THE ROAD WITHIN, and Ryan Murphy’s RUNNING WITH SCISSORS, the film adaptation of Augusten Burroughs’ novel starring Annette Bening, Alec Baldwin, and Gwenyth Paltrow. He also photographed the comedies UNACCOMPANIED MINORS, NEXT FRIDAY, and IDLE HANDS, as well as the highly acclaimed independent film SUICIDE KINGS starring Christopher Walken.

In television, Christopher recently completed THE MYSTERIOUS BENEDICT SOCIETY, and photographed HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL, THE 4400, David Goyer’s KRYPTON, CROSSBONES, KIM POSSIBLE, and Michael Bay’s THE LAST SHIP. Christopher photographed the pilot and subsequent seasons of FX Network’s Golden Globe winning drama NIP/TUCK, the pilot and first three seasons of the multi award-winning GLEE, and the pilots for TNT’s THE CLOSER and the FX drama AMERICAN HORROR STORY.

Christopher was awarded Variety’s Ten Cinematographers To Watch Award in 1999, and honored with an invitation to become a member of the American Society of Cinematographers in the spring of 2007.

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