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English

This class provides a comprehensive overview of a cinematographer’s duties and the key skills that he/she needs to possess in order to effectively make artistic and technical decisions related to the image. It covers different types of lights, grips and gears used on film sets.

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Module 1A - ROLE OF A CINEMATOGRAPHER
13 Min

Module 1A - ROLE OF A CINEMATOGRAPHER

This class provides a comprehensive overview of a cinematographer’s duties and the key skills that he/she needs to possess in order to effectively make artistic and technical decisions related to the image. It covers different types of lights, grips and gears used on film sets.

Module 1B - TYPES OF LIGHT
19 Min

Module 1B - TYPES OF LIGHT

This class provides a comprehensive overview of a cinematographer’s duties and the key skills that he/she needs to possess in order to effectively make artistic and technical decisions related to the image. It covers different types of lights, grips and gears used on film sets.

Module 1C - TYPES OF GRIPS AND GEARS
19 Min

Module 1C - TYPES OF GRIPS AND GEARS

This class provides a comprehensive overview of a cinematographer’s duties and the key skills that he/she needs to possess in order to effectively make artistic and technical decisions related to the image. It covers different types of lights, grips and gears used on film sets.

Module 2A - HISTORY AND SCIENCE OF STILL PHOTOGRAPHY
10 Min

Module 2A - HISTORY AND SCIENCE OF STILL PHOTOGRAPHY

This class introduces you to the history and science of a still camera and the different techniques associated with lensing and three point lighting.

Module 2B - EXPOSURE AND METERING
23 Min

Module 2B - EXPOSURE AND METERING

This class introduces you to the history and science of a still camera and the different techniques associated with lensing and three point lighting.

Module 2C - THREE POINT LIGHTING
29 Min

Module 2C - THREE POINT LIGHTING

This class introduces you to the history and science of a still camera and the different techniques associated with lensing and three point lighting.

Module 2D - LENSING & TYPES OF LENSES
32 Min

Module 2D - LENSING & TYPES OF LENSES

This class introduces you to the history and science of a still camera and the different techniques associated with lensing and three point lighting.

Module 2E - FOCUSING
26 Min

Module 2E - FOCUSING

This class introduces you to the history and science of a still camera and the different techniques associated with lensing and three point lighting.

Module 2F - FRAMING AND COMPOSITION
31 Min

Module 2F - FRAMING AND COMPOSITION

This class introduces you to the history and science of a still camera and the different techniques associated with lensing and three point lighting.

MODULE 3A - FILM AND TV FORMATS
20 Min

MODULE 3A - FILM AND TV FORMATS

In this class, you will learn about the most important and commonly used shot sizes, camera movement techniques and camera angles, each of which produces a specific type of effect.

Module 3B - DIGITAL MOTION PICTURE CAMERA
24 Min

Module 3B - DIGITAL MOTION PICTURE CAMERA

In this class, you will learn about the most important and commonly used shot sizes, camera movement techniques and camera angles, each of which produces a specific type of effect.

Module 3C - CAMERA ANGLES AND MOVEMENTS
33 Min

Module 3C - CAMERA ANGLES AND MOVEMENTS

In this class, you will learn about the most important and commonly used shot sizes, camera movement techniques and camera angles, each of which produces a specific type of effect.

MODULE 3D - FRAME RATES
19 Min

MODULE 3D - FRAME RATES

In this class, you will learn about the most important and commonly used shot sizes, camera movement techniques and camera angles, each of which produces a specific type of effect.

MODULE 3E - DYNAMIC RANGE
12 Min

MODULE 3E - DYNAMIC RANGE

In this class, you will learn about the most important and commonly used shot sizes, camera movement techniques and camera angles, each of which produces a specific type of effect.

MODULE 3F - COLOR TEMPERATURE
17 Min

MODULE 3F - COLOR TEMPERATURE

In this class, you will learn about the most important and commonly used shot sizes, camera movement techniques and camera angles, each of which produces a specific type of effect.

MODULE 3G - DAY AND NIGHT LIGHTING
08 Min

MODULE 3G - DAY AND NIGHT LIGHTING

In this class, you will learn about the most important and commonly used shot sizes, camera movement techniques and camera angles, each of which produces a specific type of effect.

Module 4 - Understanding Mise-En-Scene
24 Min

Module 4 - Understanding Mise-En-Scene

This class teaches you about more complex lighting situations.

MODULE 5 - THEORY OF COLOUR 200320
48 Min

MODULE 5 - THEORY OF COLOUR 200320

This class will teach you about the theory of color contrasting and introduce you to some of the most popular color contrasts used during production and the impact each type has on the scene.

MODULE 6 - STUDY OF GREAT CINEMATOGRAPHERS
37 Min

MODULE 6 - STUDY OF GREAT CINEMATOGRAPHERS

This class teaches you how cinematographers came in existence and their journey since then.

Module 7 - Understanding Music Videos
39 Min

Module 7 - Understanding Music Videos

This class looks into music videos and the cinematography techniques associated with it. You will learn the difference in the commonly used shots and camera movement techniques between a film scene and a music video scene.

Module 8 - Understanding Non-Fiction Films
49 Min

Module 8 - Understanding Non-Fiction Films

A non-fiction film, unlike a fiction film, assumes responsibility of the truthful depiction of the accuracy of the information and people being presented. In this class, you will learn about non-fiction films and the subtle differences in the techniques, color and camera movements between non-fiction and fiction movies.

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