New York, New York – August, 2014 – Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the cutting-edge authorized digital training destination for post-production and content creators, now provides certified training in Autodesk Smoke 2015. The latest version of the high-end editing suite is now one of the most popular and efficient post-production tools on the market to offer both editing and effects capabilities. Interested students will learn the basics of the program in Smoke 101: An Introduction to Smoke and more advanced techniques with Smoke 201: Advanced Compositing. MEWShop also offers bundle pricing for students who attend both workshops.
Motion tracking and rotoscoping are foundation skills for visual effects, finishing and motion design. Whether it is replacing screens on phones, adding digital makeup, set extensions, sky replacements or simply cutting animated roto-masks; editors and artists are expected to handle almost any task.
Avid Editors Accelerate Their Skills With a Demo and Class from Manhattan Edit Workshop
Boris FX Senior Product Manager Peter McAuley to demo Avid FX v6 and Boris Continuum Complete v8 AVX on October 24th; Avid FX Workshop offered November 10th; register for demo and workshop bundle for discount pricing
Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the cutting-edge authorized digital training destination, is pleased to announce a training partnership with industry leading film and digital media equipment supplier AbelCine. Their first collaboration, "Hands On: From the Camera to the Cutting Room," is a two-day intensive workshop in the art of shooting and editing narrative and documentary film.
MEWShop students among the first to tackle the industry’s most talked-about new video and film editing tool; Spend two-days with FCP expert Ari Feldman learning all the ins and outs of editing on FCP X
Expert colorist and editor Patrick Inhofer to deliver 2.5 hour lecture on utilizing the DaVinci Resolve’s powerful color correction capabilities
Located in the digital media and entertainment destination of the world, Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop) is open to aspiring and seasoned post production professionals and content creators looking to jump-start or perfect their craft. Combining both the artistic and technical aspects of the discipline, MEWShop (www.mewshop.com) is dedicated to uncovering students’ creative potentials and giving them a strong foundation in the art of editing. Their motto: “Less Starving. More Artist.”
ew York, New York - April 21, 2011- Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the cutting-edge authorized digital training destination, is pleased to present the Mac® development community with two new, in-demand iOS App development workshops. Exploring the fastest growing development trend in the industry, the new MEWShop Art of the App Workshops delve into the power of programming and development on the iOS platform.
In just two short years, the wildly popular HD-DSLR craze has put HD video-shooting still Cameras in the hands of thousands of filmmakers.
Manhattan Edit Workshop’s Video DSLR Fundamentals Class is a three-day, hands-on workshop covering the shooting techniques, helpful tricks, infinite accessories, and known workflow solutions for this amazing new filmmaking tool.
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To celebrate the exciting new release of Avid 3.5 and Final Cut Studio 3, Mewshop has designed two cost-effective, hands-on classes to keep your skill up to speed. Register now, stay ahead of the competition and look for discounts of 25% for Mewshop's creative partners!
"Less starving, more artist" is the tagline for Manhattan Edit Workshop's Six-week Intensive course in the art and technique of editing. Manhattan Edit Workshop or MEWShop as they are known, is an Apple Authorized Training Center (AATC) located in New York City. Their signature Six-week Intensive program serves as a comprehensive jump-start for students who are serious about launching a career in post production.
With the advent of Facebook, MySpace, and YouTube, the so-called millennial generation is more adept at sharing the details of their daily lives online. But there may now be demand to do so in a more artistic way. Manhattan Edit Workshop, a small New York film school, has started a $2,000 class call "From You to YouTube: Filmmaking Evolved."
Watercolor, ice climbing, underwater basketweaving — you can pay someone to teach you (or your kids) anything these days — and now, how to YouTube.
This five-day hands-on workshop taught by Mewshop owner Josh Apter, explores techniques of documentary editing - from the creative decisions that make a good story great, to established workflow methods for picture and sound that every editor should know.