By Oluwafemi Dosu
Excellent and revered Cinematographer, Kunle Adepoju will be hosting a Advance Film Lighting Training Bootcamp under the umbrella of Medram Film Academy, MEFA next month.
Gospel Film News gathered that the Advance Lighting Training is a 2 weeks Bootcamp of intensive theory and practical training in film/television production lighting techniques which will turn participants to professionals.
It is scheduled for Friday February 18 to Friday, March 4, 2022 at Scripture Union Camp of Glory, Agunbelewo, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria.
The training has the award-winning Cinematographer, Evangelist Kunle Adepoju who has shot and lighted several international standard and award- winning films as facilitator, and one of the best Light men in Nigeria, Godwin Lawani as facilitator.
In his invitation video, Adepoju disclosed that Lighting is the heart of every movie and without light there’s no film and this is the reason he’s coming up with this Advance Lighting Training to as many as those who are interested in becoming a gaffer on how to light a movie professionally.
According to him, the training will make as many as those who are interested in becoming a gaffer, a professional light men, adding that participants will learn how to make use of fog machine, LED, Tungsten, Fresnel, all kinds of light in video production and how to control shadow and the likes.
The target is to train 20 gaffers. The benefit of this training include intensive training to make participants a professional gaffer, Employment opportunity at KALF (Kunle Adepoju Lighting Film), and Connection with notable film production outfit.
He further disclosed that the training fee cost thirty-five thousand naira (N35,000) which covers training materials, feeding, accommodation and practical.
To make payment, pay preferably using Bank APP or USSD code following the prompt to pay into microfinance Bank and send proof of payment to +2348159017957 on WhatsApp
MEFA account details:
Acct No. 1600439667
Bank: AB microfinance Bank
Acct Name: Adepọju Adekunle Joseph
Adepoju authoritatively stated that anyone who can register between now and January 31st will pay just thirty thousand naira (N30,000).
You can click on the link below to register for the Bootcamp: