M.A. Cinematography

March 2, 2017, 1 p.m.

Master of Arts in Cinematography is a postgraduate Film and TV programme. Cinematography provides a unique setting for the development of both the creative vision and technical mastery necessary for a career as a Cinematographer. Course helps to trains students in the aesthetic, technical, and organizational aspects of cinematography making them the most versatile and innovative young cinematographers are working today. The duration of the course is two years and after its successful completion there are many career scopes for them.

How is M.A. Cinematography Course Beneficial?

Course is beneficial to learn the aesthetics of scene composition, colour theory, creative writing, and the way these concepts are integrated into the structure of your work. The course them to produce direct and edit a range of adverts, promotional and entertainment videos, dramas and documentaries, which are taught in conjunction with industry professionals. Graduates of a degree program in cinematography can work in motion picture, television and radio production.

 

Eligibility    

•    Graduate or any other equivalent qualification with minimum 60% marks.
•    Some of the very reputed universities and institutes conduct entrance examination for admission to the degree courses.

Syllabus                                                    

Syllabus of Cinematography as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.

Subjects of Study

Cinematography Workshop - Tutorial

Film and Digital Camera technique

Cinematography analysis

Colour Theory

Digital Postproduction

Chapters of Film History and Theory

Film and Digital Laboratory

Exponometry and Senzitometry

Optics                                  

College

•    Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan

Course Suitability    

Graduate with the focused knowledge to build a career as visual communicator on a professional video production team, or as an independent filmmaker and multimedia producer are suitable for it. Candidates willing to receive technical and production advice and guidance from industry professionals in all aspects of film production skills and sensibilities also are good suit for it.

Job Types

•    Producer
•    Director
•    Film Editor
•    Camera Operator
•    Lighting Specialist
•    Teacher & Lecturer

 

 

 

 



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