Cinematography Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Cinematography




Total 90 training courses and degree programs available around the world.

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Popular courses:
CINEMATOGRAPHY
Digital Cinematography
Cinematography for Visual Effects
Cinematography and Lighting
Advanced Cinematography
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Motion Pictures & Television, Cinematography


Cinematography for Visual Effects

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Gnomon
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Los Angeles, United States
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This course examines the relationships between traditional cinematography, visual effects, and CG animation. A range of technical concepts and their practical applications are covered, including color temperature, green/blue screens, depth of field, match moving, motion control, and digital storyboarding. Students will also learn about traditional filmmaking elements such as matte painting, telecine, miniatures and models, rough and final layout, concept and key art, and lighting and compositing concepts. Students work throughout the term to develop a research project for final presentation.

Cinematography Pro

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: FX School
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Mumbai, India
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The Cinematography Pro Course provides in-depth training in handling the RED Scarlet camera. It also focuses on helping students build showreels that showcase their cinematography skills and technical expertise.

Course Outline

· Introduction to the DSMC System: Understanding the modular capabilities of the RED DSMC system with various monitoring, lens, and mounting options

· Menu Structure: A complete overview of the camera menus and options

· Best Practices for shooting Motion and HDRx, Panning speeds, Artifacts

· Science of RED: Bayer Pattern, Resolution, Codec Choices, Wavelets and Color Science

· Understanding Metadata

· Exposure Dynamics: Shooting RED in low light, high contrast and daylight exterior

· R3D Workflow

· Editing and Grading Options

· Data Dynamics: R3D file management, archiving, data rates and hardware options

Cinematography

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: FX School
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Mumbai, India

Canon 60D camera, lenses, introduction to lighting, framing, composition, exposure, solving real-life challenges

EYE ON CINEMATOGRAPHY MASTERCLASS Workshop

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Filmbase
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dublin, Ireland
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This workshop, taught by award winning directing and cinematographer Michael Lavelle, is a practical, hands on approach to finding your own voice in cinema. It is suitable for those interested in cinematography as well as directors who are looking to gain a clearer grasp of visual storytelling. It is designed to help you find a doorway into your own unique visual language. You will be guided through the practical use of the camera and ways of getting the most from your camera.

The course consists of a series of hands on workshops followed by specific shooting tasks designed to help you discover your own way of communicating in cinema. The short exercises will be reviewed and broken down in class so that you can chart your understanding and begin to find your own voice.
•Introduction to the visual world
•Discovering your eye
•Decoding the language of film
•Behind the scene ?what’s it about?
•Breaking down a script
•Getting the best from your camera
•Putting together a lighting plan and lighting a scene
•Advanced lighting

Digital Cinematography

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Ferris State University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Big Rapids, United States
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In assigned groups, students will produce a short digital film production for a theatrical audience. Production planning, casting, rehearsing, blocking, continuity, shooting for the edit and the post production activities involved with editing, including sound editing, music and effects, will be covered. All crew positions will be chosen and/or assigned within the class. Talent may be cast from outside of the class.

Cinematography

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Vancouver, Canada
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This course is designed for students working with the moving image - film, video, installation and performance. It will also interest Photography and Animation students. Students will learn how to manipulate light and composition to communicate the mood, tone and effect they wish to achieve. Lectures, demonstrations and hands-on exercises with a variety of lighting equipment and video and film cameras will develop student&,#146,s skills. Students will be introduced to sync sound 16mm cameras and learn more about higher end digital video cameras. The fundamentals of blocking and continuity will be explored.

CG Layout + Cinematography

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Vancouver, Canada
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The art and storytelling capabilities of cinematography encompass layout and previsualization: essential production strategies in contemporary animated and visual effects filmmaking. This course supports students working towards senior projects in developing the cinematographic language of their work. Students design shots through composing environmental sets, staging characters and setting camera angles, addressing the integration of digital, live action and hybrid scene elements such as drawn or stop motion aniamtion. Shot sequences are developed into a layout reel, where character locomotion and rough poses are choreographed and timed. The outcome of this course is a completed, edited layout reel that reads as a complete story and holds up as a preparatory stage for character and visual effects animation.

Photography, Cinematography and Video Editing Workshop (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: SIDVAPs Somani Institute of DigiVision & Productions
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Siliguri, India
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SIDVAPs are the one &, the only state-of-the-art premier training center for Digital media &, photography in town.

We offer an opportunity to career minded photographers, Students, Artists and other people to learn STILL PHOTOGRAPHY, CINEMATOGRAPHY and VIDEO EDITING. Here you’,ll work in a professional quality production studio.

Course Duration: 3 months (2 hours daily alternate day)

Add: 1st floor Amul Distributor Building, Near Agniraj Gas Depot, Ashrampara, Siliguri.
Mobile: 9434023813 / 7384634846

Digital Video Fusion Production (Diploma)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Centre for Arts and Technology
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Kelowna, Canada
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In Digital Video Fusion Production, the operator on the other end of the lens can be just as versatile and dynamic as their high-tech equipment. You could be shooting a wedding one day, a music video the next, and be capturing a breaking news story, all within the same workweek. Many of our graduates become budding entrepreneurs and start businesses either from their homes or their own studios. Get ready for a fast-paced career in photography and film, fused!

As a graduate of the Digital Video Fusion Production program you will be a Jack-of-all-trades in visual media. You’ll learn Lighting for Photography—Advanced Digital Imaging—Digital Film Editing with Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects—Cinematography—Screenwriting—Broadcast Production—Location Audio—and more!

In just 12 months, the Digital Video Fusion Production program opens the door for you to explore a long list of career possibilities including:
•Wedding Photographer/Videographer
•Cinematographer
•Commercial Photographer
•Web Videographer
•Live Event Filmmaker
•Music Video Director
•Commercial and Fashion Photographer

Narrative Cinematography

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: The Center for Digital Arts
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Boston, United States
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Narrative cinematography is devoted to furthering the storytelling aims of the director, and specifics of the script. This module focuses on camera and lighting for coverage of dialog scenes (performance) and cinematic action scenes (storytelling with pictures). This includes hands-on exercises in focal length selection for consistency, and the use of moving camera within standard coverage.

Cinematography

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: School of Visual Arts
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New York City, United States
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This course offers a hands-on approach to cinematography where students work on their own lighting setups that will support the context of the story for film and digital media. Topics to be discussed and demonstrated include use of camera controls, lenses, exposures, film stock, composition, motion, quality of light and function, color, visual continuity, and the blending of light and shadow for interiors and exteriors. Arriflex 16 SR1 and Panasonic AG-AF-100 cameras will be used in this course.

Cinematography and Sound

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: School of Visual Arts
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New York City, United States
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Success in the film industry requires fluency in the standard terminology of cinematic language and an immersion in the world of production techniques. Beginning with the uses of image and sound as the rudimentary tools of storytelling, these courses will focus on gaining a comprehensive grasp of the technical demands of filmmaking. Through class and laboratory sessions, a range of equipment—cameras, tripods, lighting instruments, audio recording, microphones—will be explored. Students will also learn how to use camera angles, sound and lighting to convey meaning and further their stories. Students will profit from an alternating heterogeneous blend of several faculty members, whose aesthetics and vantage points represents a broad spectrum.

Cinematography

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Los Angeles Southwest College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Los Angeles, United States

This intermediate course deals with all aspects of cinematography from theory to application, centering on the basic parts and functions of digital cameras, lenses, lighting equipment and accessories as well as cinematography techniques and aesthetics.

Digital Cinematography Lighting

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Los Angeles Film School
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Los Angeles, United States
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The Digital Cinematography Lighting I Course emphasizes professional procedures and protocol relevant to lighting for digital production. Students learn the basics of industry lighting, are introduced to various controlling devices, and trained in the safe use of electricity. This course also covers the basics of color correction and camera filtration when using tungsten, fluorescent, and daylight sources. Emphasis is placed on creative lighting design and working within a budget.

Digital Cinematography

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Los Angeles Film School
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Los Angeles, United States
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An introduction to the art and operation of digital video cameras. The course provides in-depth and practical knowledge of the differences that digital cameras offer digital filmmakers by way of control over digital images during acquisition. Digital attributes such as RGB changes, scene profiling, gamma adjustment, and black pedestal control will be explored and evaluated.

Cinematography (Master Degree)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of California, Los Angeles
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Los Angeles, United States
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The UCLA Master of Fine Arts degree in Production with an emphasis in Cinematography, established in 1997, is a four-year program that trains students in the aesthetic, technical, and organizational aspects of cinematography making them the most versatile and innovative young cinematographers working today.

Currently 2-3 MFA students in Cinematography are admitted each year with 10-15 MFA Cinematography students enrolled at any time. In the first year of admissions to the program, nearly 100 candidates applied for the two positions. The number of applications increases annually as the reputation of the program grows.

Digital Cinematography

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Columbia College Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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Course explores technical and aesthetic demands of interformat production, digital cinematography, and digital postproduction and special effects. Students light the set and shoot the scene in different formats, using 16mm, 35mm, Digital Video, SP BETA, and HDTV. After composing the scene with special effect plates, students transfer the final product on 35mm print and evaluate how different recording media handle the video-to-film transfer process.

Documentary Cinematography

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Columbia College Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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This course focuses on the language, practice and art of visual storytelling in the documentary form. Students will examine the cinematographer’s role in the ideation, shooting and editing of non-fiction film content. Through a series of screenings, lectures, experiential exercises and class discussions, students will better understand the history and practice of cinematography as it pertainsto story, character and structure - all through the prism of documentary.

Cinematography for Visual Effects

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Columbia College Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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Lectures and examples of best current practices will inform and guide the students to a better understanding of the work required of the Visual Effects Cinematographer. Students will plan and execute simple, specific visual effects sequences that will give them an exposure to the basic principles of integrated Visual Effects production, with the emphasis on the creation of the cinematographic elements. This will be done in concert with elements from synthetic (computer generated) and physical effects sources, such as models, miniatures, bluescreen, greenscreen, motion controlled, computer controlled cameras, and artificial characters motivated by motion capture techniques. The design and creation of the cinematographic elements of the successful visual effects sequence is integrally relative to the design and execution of the aforementioned contributing elements and sources. Working collaboratively with these other disciplines in the context of simple, defined exercises and projects will give the student cinematographer a solid perspective on the best practices methodology and production of cinematographic elements of the successful visual effects sequence.

Cinematography

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Columbia College Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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The Cinematography concentration offers a curriculum that develops a comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of the camera assistant’s, camera operator’s, and director of photography’s work. It covers 16mm, 35mm, and state-of-the-art digital formats and equipment, electronic imaging, image optics, visual effects, lighting, and laboratory practices. Students learn to develop and execute visual concepts that give full expression to the underlying intentions and complexities of narrative, documentary, and experimental projects, and to develop strategies to communicate with all the creative and technical contributors to the film production process.

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