World-renowned photographer and filmmaker John Huba demonstrates the full production-to-post hybrid workflow using the Canon EOS-1D C Cinema Camera at FREE Adorama Pro event on October 10th
Last Updated: September 20, 2013 8:19 am GMT
(New York, New York--September 20, 2013) Adorama, the leading supplier of pro video, photographic and consumer electronics products, will be hosting world-renowned photographer and filmmaker John Huba at its free Adorama Pro event on Thursday, October 10th. Huba will demonstrate the revolutionary hybrid method of combining photo and video at this exclusive event featuring the Canon EOS-1D C Cinema Camera. The only DSLR of its kind that can shoot in 4K, Huba will film a live fashion shoot with the EOS-1D C, then import the footage into Adobe Premiere Pro. He will then extract still frames in 4K, putting the entire hybrid workflow on display from start to finish.
Hybrid shooting allows photographers to streamline their creative workflow to achieve high quality video and stills from one camera, enabling a single vision to come to fruition. Huba will be demonstrating the hybrid workflow in three different sessions during the evening event, at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm. Doors open at 4:30pm; light refreshments will be served.
Who: Adorama Pro and John Huba What: From 4K to Photo When: October 10, 2013 Where: Adorama event space, located at 55 West 17th Street, New York City Cost: FREE Doors open at 4:30pm
This event is free but space is limited; register today for one of three sessions. Sessions will run at 5pm, 6pm, and 7pm.
To see the Canon EOS-1D C in action, check out the footage from Nolcha Fashion Week
About John Huba John Huba has been a sought after New York photographer and filmmaker for over two decades. His advertising client list includes campaigns for Ralph Lauren, J.Crew, Neiman Marcus and DKNY. Huba’s celebrity portraits of people like Johnny Depp, Salma Hayek and Anne Hathaway have graced the pages of such esteemed publications as Vanity Fair, InStyle, Men’s Journal, Town & Country and Rolling Stone.
Huba’s ability to reveal the universal humanness in foreign cultures makes his travel images instantly identifiable. His shoots for publications like Condé Nast Traveler and Travel and Leisure have brought him on location to Morocco, Vietnam, Peru and Africa to name a few. His Emmy-nominated documentary, “Hey Vinny,” tells the story of quintessential New Yorker Vinny Vella. Recently, Huba’s film “Seamus” premiered at the Woodstock Film Festival to glowing reviews. John Huba continues to travel and shoot all over the world, combining his photography and filmmaking skills and perfecting this hybrid method of shooting.
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