Duration - 6 months
Photographs are increasingly becoming the primary means of conveying information. This course will provide students with both a thorough understanding photography and a solid exposure to the equipment and techniques used in the field today. Students who complete this course will have completed projects that they can proudly display to potential employers.
With the advancements in technology, Videography still remains the most sought course for many. The art of framing and conveying message with the help of lights and camera angles is best taught in this course. At the end of the course students will have through knowledge of the skills used for Videography and make themselves competent in the industry.
For more details contact:
Dr. N. Tamilselvi - 9884442999, Dr. Nazeema - 98404 71705, Mr. John Bosco - 79048 63169
Flexible timing | Weekend & Weekday class available | 15 days training
Handling a DSLR
How to view images- aesthetics and technicalities
The science behind image making
The exposure triangle (shutter speed, ISO, aperture)
Play of light in creating images
Lenses and their uses
Studio lighting setups
Basics of different specializations
In depth concepts about the specialization
Hands on practical classes for the specialization
Field work related to the specialization
Final project related to the specialization
Module 5: focus on the specialisation – Modelling Photography
Module 6: focus on the specialisation – Wedding Photography
Module 7: focus on the specialisation – Product Photography
Module 8: concepts about post processing in photography
Module 1: Introduction to Videography; Definition; Scope and Purpose; Basic shot terminology: Close up, Mid shot, Long shot, Big close up, Mid-long shot, Extreme long shot, Point of view (POV) shot, Over-the- shoulders (OTS) shot, high angle and low angle shot, top angle shot; Introduction to the concept of Imaginary Line, matching of action; direction of the movement and look. Reverse angle.
Module 2: Introduction to script; Writing a script; Scenes and shots; Screen techniques – Joining of shots and scenes, the cut and types of cut, the imaginary line, basic movements and other transitions like fade, mix, etc. Principles of Editing: Necessity of Editing; Film review; Appreciations; Criticism; Definitions; Creative strategy and planning.
Module 3: To take a shot; Continuity record-clapperboard/slate; Documentary film; Basic techniques of building a scene; Idea presentations; Scriptwriting; Storyboard; Terms used for camera movement and editing; Mini surveys; Copywriting: Role and Importance; Different file formats (16 mm, 35 mm, 70 mm) and aspect ratios.
Module 4: Final Cut; Dub matching and track laying; Married Print; Different formats of tapes; DV technology; Use of Chroma key; Studio lighting; Use of filters for colour cinematography: colour-conversion; colour compensation (CC) and light balancing (LB); Motion Picture Printing; Colour negative.
Module 5: View finder; Intermittent motion; Threading; Magazine; Matte Box, Camera supports and other accessories; Lenses; Documentary research; View and study different types of films; Theoretical perspective and an overview on Global Media; Case Studies; Shutter and Shutter angle (camera and projector).
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