Small budget productions greatly benefit from getting all the elements correct at time of creation. Today’s mirrorless cameras provide a variety of signal and processing options that can be confusing for many starting out. This seminar presented by Fujifilm will help clarify what to look for when setting up cameras and keeping post production simple.

Michael Bulbenko joined Fujifilm in 1991 as the corporate photographer and studio manager at the Fujifilm Technical Communications Center in Hollywood, Ca. He brought to the job an all-encompassing skill set that covered not only commercial photography, but a range of motion picture and television experience as well. In the years that followed, Michael enjoyed being at the forefront of the development of digital camera technologies and creating work that represented Fujifilm products to the professional customer. Today, Michael continues to shoot music videos privately in addition to creating educational content for Fujifilm on a range of subjects.

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