Join Qatar-based Austrian filmmaker Alex Klim for a one-day HDSLR Film-making Workshop on Saturday 14 September 2013 from 9 am to 6 pm. The workshop is open to aspiring photographers, filmmakers and all those interested in film-making.


Camera settings for the ‘Film-Look’ (shutter speed, picture profiles, ISO)

  • Choosing the right lens (Zoom vs Prime)
  • Shooting handheld vs tripod/slider/crane
  • Professional sound recording for HDSLRs
  • Synching audio/video
  • Professional lighting setup (3 Point)
  • Pros and cons of HDSLR cameras with video function
  • Gear hands-on (slider, crane, tripods, lights, mattebox, sound recorder, mic, …)
  • Basic focus, follow focus, depth of field training
  • How to setup an interview (camera position, light setup, sound setup,..)
  • Blue-screen/green-screen workflow
  • Timelapse techniques
  • Postproduction Workflow

Workshop info:

  • Workshop fees is QR980 per person including drinks and snacks.
  • Bring your own DSLR (Canon, Nikon)
  • Limited seats available, first come first serve!

Alex Klim is a filmmaker, cinematographer and producer from Vienna, Austria, currently based in Doha, Qatar. His passion for film has quickly catapulted him to exceptional standards of the professional film-making arena.

His wide array of skill and talent has landed him remarkable projects including popular Music Videos for international artists (Massiv – 1Million Youtube views!Violin Dreams in Qatar), LIVE concert recordings for Marcel Khalife with the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra, a Timelapse filmshown on international TV stations and his recently released short film ‘One Moment‘ has gone viral all over Qatar.

Apart from already being exposed to professional film sets, Alex is a specialist in HDSLR filmmaking and is hosting film-making workshops. His experience goes even beyond that to other areas of film, equipment, lighting and editing.

Alex has worked for clients such as Qatar Airways, Ooredoo, Red Bull Qatar, SAP, Listerine, QMA, Maersk, Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra, and many more.

For more information or to register, visit Alex Klim’s blog or visit the workshop’s event page.