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Find Courses in Art Studies 2019/2020 in California in USA

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Sound for Picture & Games

Pyramind
Campus Full-time 12 months Request Info USA San Francisco

The Sound for Picture & Games program is specifically tailored to prepare you for a career in post-production, sound design, and composition for visual media. This one-year curriculum focuses on technical production skills, creative workflow, interactive game audio, film scoring and music composition.

CINEMATOGRAPHY PROGRAM

The Film Connection
Campus Part-time September 2020 USA Muscle Shoals Anchorage North Pole Juneau Jonesboro Little Rock Bakersfield Eureka Los Angeles Palm Springs San Diego San Francisco San Jose Santa Barbara Boulder Denver Hartford New Haven Norwalk Washington Fort Myers Jacksonville Miami Orlando Panama City Pensacola Tallahassee Tampa West Palm Beach Daytona Beach Marina del Rey + 29 more

Also called the Director of Photography (or DP, for short), the cinematographer is the person who brings the “magic” behind the camera, blending his/her technical knowledge of lighting techniques with the artistic sensibility to compose the best shots for the film.