JUNE 2024 SPEAKER – DERICK LOZANO-WALKER

JUNE 11TH 2024, 6.45PM: IN-PERSON MEETING ONLY

DERICK LOZANO-WALKER: MISSION-DRIVEN FILMMAKING AND PULLING EMOTION FROM IMAGES

Derick Lozano-Walker is an award-winning underwater cinematographer. His presentation will focus on mission-driven filmmaking and pulling emotion from images. Within this context, he will outline his process from Pre to Post, as well as demonstrating color grading and pulling high-res images from video.
Derick Lozano-Walker is a filmmaker and award-winning cinematographer, renowned for his expertise in underwater cinematography. Graduating from Florida Atlantic University, he has honed his craft over seven years, demonstrating a keen eye for storytelling behind a lens.

Derick is not only a gifted cinematographer but also a UAV pilot, video editor and colorist. His proficiency in these areas allows him to bring depth and richness to every project he undertakes.

Specializing in documentaries, Derick has carved a niche for himself in the realm of underwater filmmaking. His passion for coral reefs has led him on a journey to educate the masses on issues our oceans are facing. His latest work, “With and Without: A Coral Story,” is an award-winning documentary, showcasing his ability to shed light on pressing environmental issues. The film takes us on a journey exploring a subject vitally important to us all – a mysterious coral disease impacting our reefs right here in South Florida.

Join Derick, along with speakers from NOVA, Guy Harvey, and the Coral Reef Restoration Foundation for a first screening and panel discussion of the film on June 14th at the Savor Cinema in Fort Lauderdale at 6pm. Tickets, including a complimentary cocktail, can be purchased here.

Driven by a passion for the natural world and a commitment to raising awareness through his work, Derick continues to push boundaries in the field of filmmaking. Whether capturing the beauty of marine life or delving into pressing social issues, his films resonate deeply with audiences, sparking conversations and inspiring change.

The main focus of Derick’s presentation for SFUPS will be around mission-driven filmmaking and pulling emotion from images. He will walk the audience through the production process from Pre to Post while adhering to the overall purpose.

• Pre Production: Camera selection and preparation are key to achieving the final look.
• Production: Proper exposure, balance, framing, and sequencing are key.
• Post Production: Having flexibility in the images and adding in proper color tones can change the feel.

He will be showcasing some clips from shoots and will finish with a live demonstration of color grading video in DaVinci Resolve. This free program can open up the world of color grading for video and images to many that might think it is out of reach. He will also be talking about photography, demonstrating pulling hi-res images from video – his preferred process as he mainly shoots video.

Derick Lozano-Walker is an award-winning underwater cinematographer. His presentation will focus on mission-driven filmmaking and pulling emotion from images. Within this context, he will outline his process from Pre to Post, as well as demonstrating color grading and pulling high-res images from video.

Derick Lozano-Walker is a filmmaker and award-winning cinematographer, renowned for his expertise in underwater cinematography. Graduating from Florida Atlantic University, he has honed his craft over seven years, demonstrating a keen eye for storytelling behind a lens.

Derick is not only a gifted cinematographer but also a UAV pilot, video editor and colorist. His proficiency in these areas allows him to bring depth and richness to every project he undertakes.

Specializing in documentaries, Derick has carved a niche for himself in the realm of underwater filmmaking. His passion for coral reefs has led him on a journey to educate the masses on issues our oceans are facing. His latest work, “With and Without: A Coral Story,” is an award-winning documentary, showcasing his ability to shed light on pressing environmental issues. The film takes us on a journey exploring a subject vitally important to us all – a mysterious coral disease impacting our reefs right here in South Florida.

Join Derick, along with speakers from NOVA, Guy Harvey, and the Coral Reef Restoration Foundation for a first screening and panel discussion of the film on June 14th at the Savor Cinema in Fort Lauderdale at 6pm. Tickets, including a complimentary cocktail, can be purchased here.

Driven by a passion for the natural world and a commitment to raising awareness through his work, Derick continues to push boundaries in the field of filmmaking. Whether capturing the beauty of marine life or delving into pressing social issues, his films resonate deeply with audiences, sparking conversations and inspiring change.

The main focus of Derick’s presentation for SFUPS will be around mission-driven filmmaking and pulling emotion from images. He will walk the audience through the production process from Pre to Post while adhering to the overall purpose.

  • Pre Production: Camera selection and preparation are key to achieving the final look.
  • Production: Proper exposure, balance, framing, and sequencing are key.
  • Post Production: Having flexibility in the images and adding in proper color tones can change the feel.

He will be showcasing some clips from shoots and will finish with a live demonstration of color grading video in DaVinci Resolve. This free program can open up the world of color grading for video and images to many that might think it is out of reach. He will also be talking about photography, demonstrating pulling hi-res images from video – his preferred process as he mainly shoots video.

Derick Lozano-Walker is an award-winning underwater cinematographer. His presentation will focus on mission-driven filmmaking and pulling emotion from images. Within this context, he will outline his process from Pre to Post, as well as demonstrating color grading and pulling high-res images from video.

Derick Lozano-Walker is a filmmaker and award-winning cinematographer, renowned for his expertise in underwater cinematography. Graduating from Florida Atlantic University, he has honed his craft over seven years, demonstrating a keen eye for storytelling behind a lens.

Derick is not only a gifted cinematographer but also a UAV pilot, video editor and colorist. His proficiency in these areas allows him to bring depth and richness to every project he undertakes.

Specializing in documentaries, Derick has carved a niche for himself in the realm of underwater filmmaking. His passion for coral reefs has led him on a journey to educate the masses on issues our oceans are facing. His latest work, “With and Without: A Coral Story,” is an award-winning documentary, showcasing his ability to shed light on pressing environmental issues. The film takes us on a journey exploring a subject vitally important to us all – a mysterious coral disease impacting our reefs right here in South Florida.

Join Derick, along with speakers from NOVA, Guy Harvey, and the Coral Reef Restoration Foundation for a first screening and panel discussion of the film on June 14th at the Savor Cinema in Fort Lauderdale at 6pm. Tickets, including a complimentary cocktail, can be purchased here.

Driven by a passion for the natural world and a commitment to raising awareness through his work, Derick continues to push boundaries in the field of filmmaking. Whether capturing the beauty of marine life or delving into pressing social issues, his films resonate deeply with audiences, sparking conversations and inspiring change.

The main focus of Derick’s presentation for SFUPS will be around mission-driven filmmaking and pulling emotion from images. He will walk the audience through the production process from Pre to Post while adhering to the overall purpose.

• Pre Production: Camera selection and preparation are key to achieving the final look.
• Production: Proper exposure, balance, framing, and sequencing are key.
• Post Production: Having flexibility in the images and adding in proper color tones can change the feel.

He will be showcasing some clips from shoots and will finish with a live demonstration of color grading video in DaVinci Resolve. This free program can open up the world of color grading for video and images to many that might think it is out of reach. He will also be talking about photography, demonstrating pulling hi-res images from video – his preferred process as he mainly shoots video.