Cinematography is about how to use cameras and lighting techniques to tell a story, whether it’s being screened on TV, on an iPhone, or in a movie theater. As technology continues to evolve at an ever-faster rate, this program is about more than how to use a particular device – it’s about deepening understanding of storytelling and the moving image in order to bring something meaningful and fun to an audience.
Essential and practical skills to be learned in master courses
Practical through screenings, masterclasses, hands-on exercises, workshops, and seminars. You will acquire the practical skills and knowledge necessary to work with cameras and lighting according to industry standards and practices that will enable you to demonstrate a range of industry-relevant skills upon graduation.
Technical and creative skills. Opportunities to work together on a wide range of skills across projects such as a learn the functions of each camera department role, green screen, and visual effects exercises, location and night shooting with large sensor camera, 35mm workshop and shooting exercise, art gallery field visits and short film project you write and direct.
Post Production. Skills essential to design and rushes management through creative and technical training in sorting and processing software to improve the visual aesthetics of your productions. Prepare for the world of visual effects shooting with theory and practice in a variety of methods and experiences such as VFX integration and green screen shooting.
Real-life experience. You will get the chance to work as a director of photography alongside other students on short video content for external customers during the industrial project so that you have the opportunity to further present your talents and build a competitive showreel.
Faced industry. Learn from respected tutors with wide-ranging professional experience as senior instructor, cameramen, camera maker, and focus extractor in film, television, documentary/fact programming, and commercials.
You will explore some of the specialized areas of filmmaking which can include experiments, CGI, or underwater cinematography. You will experiment with film as an art form and expand your creative and technical skills to a personal style.