Today digital camera technology is matured to the point where feature films are being made with this medium. The cinematographer is responsible for achieving the artistic and technical decisions needed to makes images for film that convey a story, its mood and its world...
Taught by: Abdul Mohammed, Esteban Gitton.
Today digital camera technology is matured to the point where feature films are being made with this medium. The cinematographer is responsible for achieving the artistic and technical decisions needed to makes images for film that convey a story, its mood and its world. To do so, the cinematographer must master the use of light, cameras, grip equipment, the rules of composition and continuity as well as understanding the principal of storytelling, editing and film language.
- You will learn the theory and apply the principles through practical workshops and seminars.
- The practical workshops will explore digital camera technology and help you get hands on experience with this new emerging medium.
- We look at how cinematography is used for story telling, with the use of lenses, grip, lighting, camera and sound.
- A strong emphasis will be given on narrative and the visual story of the film.
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Entry requirements: None
Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older
Esteban Gitton is a producer/writer/director who won 3 Golden Awards at 2006 Kodak Commercial Award, Best international short fiction Film at Tehran Short Film Festival 2006, Best Visual Effect at Animex Awards 2007, nominated at Cannes 2007. He teaches filmmaking to BA graphic design courses at Central Saint Martins.
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