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Introductory film photography classes can teach the mechanics of an analog camera and all the necessary basics such as loading and unloading film, film exposure, and film storage. Discussions can include how film impacts the aesthetic of the final product.
Europe is, by convention, one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the western most point of Eurasia, Europe is usually divided from Asia by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways connecting the Black and Aegean Seas.
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FAMU Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
Two semesters of workshops in analogue and digital photography complemented with courses in theory and history of film and photography.
Photography students gain training within the Photography department. Their projects are supervised by FAMU faculty and mentors.
The One-year Intensive Program offers an intensive hands-on experience and academic disciplines with mentorship enabling the student to complete several artworks by the end of the academic year. The program works well to prepare students for studies in a particular discipline.
The one year course gives you intensive experience without the need for a longer commitment. The course helps you improve your skill set and portfolio to apply confidently for degree studies at the top institutions in the field (including degree programs at FAMU).
The One-year Intensive Course (originally Academy Preparation Program - APP) at FAMU aims to provide its participants the opportunity to explore and become acquainted with the broad range of crafts, professions, arts and skills that comprise the artistic endeavor on both a practical and theoretical level....
Good photography can often make a film successful, even when the narration is weak. Conversely, bad photography can ruin a good story, even if well told. It is, therefore
Good photography can often make a film successful, even when the narration is weak. Conversely, bad photography can ruin a good story, even if well told. It is, therefore, a role that arises, in many ways, on the same level as that of the director. Photography is a very technical department which, however, requires a strong artistic component and is, therefore, suitable for those who know how to combine these two skills.
This is a two-year course with compulsory attendance, five days a week, from three to four hours per day, for a total of about 500 hours a year, and consists of three types of lesson: interdisciplinary subjects, institutional subjects, and interdisciplinary labs. The course is compulsory and students are required to work during the two-year period from Monday to Friday in one or two daily shifts and on some weekends for each two-month period, starting from the theoretical study of the concepts to get to the practice on RFA sets and on external sets during educational productions....
If your goal is to enjoy the adventure of filming, this course is the fundamental path to the world of camera and light. You will have the opportunity to work the process
Course DetailsOnline with live classesPedagogical TutorEmployment and employment guidanceOwn titlePractical trainingUp to 300 hours of internship in businessResolution of practical cases and final projectBe an expert in Photography Direction
If your goal is to enjoy the adventure of filming, this course is the fundamental path to the world of camera and light. You will have the opportunity to work the processes, techniques and materials used by the camera team .
The course in Photography Direction will train you to be the professional responsible for the artistic creation of images and the staging of cinematographic, television and audiovisual productions.
goalsAssimilate the mechanisms of audiovisual language and be able to use them to tell stories. Possess the skills and instruments to analyze and assess all kinds of film speeches. Know the latest application technologies in the audiovisual sector (lighting, cameras, lenses, etc.) and learn how to use them properly. Plan, carry out and supervise the photography direction of an audiovisual production, as well as the organization of the camera team. Having the ability to conceive, design and materialize the light, tonal and visual treatment within the framework of an audiovisual work. Know the different functions that are carried out in the organizational chart of the camera team, being aware of the hierarchy and the functions that correspond to each role. Learn to work with the rest of the departments that collaborate in the creation of the audiovisual work, valuing the functions of each one and the importance and relevance of each department. Acquire basic knowledge...