Sun, Mar 07 | Online Workshop

Principles of Framing with Jung-Ah Kim

What makes a good image and how do we achieve it?

Time & Location

Mar 07, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Online Workshop

About the Event

Artist Bio

Jung-Ah Kim is a filmmaker and programmer from Seoul, South Korea, entering the 1st year of Ph.D. in Screen Cultures and Curatorial Studies at Queens University. Before she came to Queens, she received her MFA in Documentary Media from Northwestern University (2019) in Chicago. Her films have been shown in various venues and festivals across North America and South Korea, and she organized regular Korean film screenings in Chicago as well as programming for film festivals. She is excited to engage with the artistic community in Kingston and will be facilitating workshops on the basics of image and sound capturing at Modern Fuel.

About the Event

What makes a good image and how do we achieve it?

We speak through images by "The Shot" and there are two major components to this: 1. Composition and Movement, 2. Photographic Elements.

In this workshop, we will unveil the first part of "The Shot".

We will familiarize ourselves with some key principles of framing (frame shape, camera distance, angle, level, etc.) by learning the terminology and analyzing examples with it. The latter part of the workshop will be dedicated to the basics of lighting, namely 3-point lighting, contrast, and qualities of light. This workshop is open to anyone who is interested in photography or videography regardless of their level of experience.

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