Our first meeting of 2014 is going to be a great one!
We welcome back Jay Holben to present a hands-on course on narrative lighting, creating mood and helping to tell the story through light. The meeting will be held at LHM Studios in San Jose, an excellent studio facility located near down town.
Tonight, Monday, February 17th, 2014
Networking starts at 6:00pm
Presentation starts at 6:30pm
A light Dinner is included.
99 Wilson Ave
San Jose, CA 95126
Please take care in parking on the street in and around the studio. Limitations on parking are strictly enforced by San Jose City. Make note of time limitations and do not park in areas requiring permits or red curbs.
Free to current Members
Guests: $25 at the door.
An Introduction to Narrative Lighting – Jay Holben
DV Magazine’s Technical Editor and Global Cinematography Institute faculty instructor Jay Holben takes you into the world of narrative lighting, creating mood and helping to tell the story through light.
You will learn…
- Position of light
- Quality of light
- Contrast and modeling
- and much more!
About Jay Holben
Making his start in the theater community in Phoenix, Arizona, Jay Holben directed several plays before transitioning into the filmmaking world. Moving to Los Angeles, he quickly made his way through the ranks from electrician to Director of Photography where he worked for nearly a decade on features, commercials, television and music videos.
Prior to his work as a Cinematographer, he worked as a Gaffer on many popular music videos for Korn, Brandy, Shaquille O’Neal and Ice Cube in addition to feature films such as “Free Enterprise”.
Additionally, he is a former Technical Editor and frequent contributing writer for American Cinematographer magazine, the current Technical Editor and columnist for Digital Video magazine, the lighting columnist for TV Technology magazine, a contributing editor for Geek magazine and he contributed for several years to the prominent trade newspaper “The Hollywood Reporter”. He is also the author of the highly lauded independent lighting manual: A Shot in the Dark: A Creative DIY Guide to Digital Video Lighting on (Almost) No Budget.
As an educator, Holben is faculty for the Global Cinematography Institute and the head of the education program for Hollywood Shorts helming their monthly Cinematography Lab lecture series sponsored by Panavision.