Advanced Cinematography (Two Weeks, Full-Time)

 The Met Film School is London's leading provider of practical filmmaking courses, based at Ealing Studios.

 

Course Overview

 

The Advanced Cinematography course provides a two-week, in- depth experience of current camera and industry practice. It allows you to familiarise yourself with the differences between shooting still and motion pictures, as well as the differences between shooting digital and traditional film based on silver technology.

 

The course will cover the technical knowledge required to operate cameras and compose lighting for several types of media. You will also develop an understanding of how a Director of Photography uses cinematic technique to construct a story. You will work in groups that comprise roles based on industry standard film crew, crafts and disciplines.

 

For more information Request A Prospectus and our enrolments team will get in touch to talk you through the course.

 The Met Film School is London's leading provider of practical filmmaking courses, based at Ealing Studios.

 

Course Overview

 

The Advanced Cinematography course provides a two-week, in- depth experience of current camera and industry practice. It allows you to familiarise yourself with the differences between shooting still and motion pictures, as well as the differences between shooting digital and traditional film based on silver technology.

 

The course will cover the technical knowledge required to operate cameras and compose lighting for several types of media. You will also develop an understanding of how a Director of Photography uses cinematic technique to construct a story. You will work in groups that comprise roles based on industry standard film crew, crafts and disciplines.

 

For more information Request A Prospectus and our enrolments team will get in touch to talk you through the course.

 Learning Goals

 

- To be familiar with several industry standard cameras

 

- To have a good working knowledge of lighting for a moving subject

 

- To understand how different cameras handle and perform

 

- To understand basic exposure control for shooting on both digital and film cameras 

 

- To have an understanding of how to move a camera on a dolly 

 

- To have an understanding of how to tell a story with a motion picture camera

 

 

Course Dates & Fees

   

 Course Dates: 01 September 2014 - 12 September 2014, £1,500

 Course Dates: 13 April 2015- 24 April 2015, £1,500

              Course Dates: 07 September 2015 - 18 September 2015, £1,500

 

Time: Two-weeks full time

 

 

Minimum Age: 18 at start of course

 

 

Entry Requirements: The Advanced Cinematography course is open enrolment, but is aimed at those who have used cameras before and have a basic understanding of lighting techniques.

 

 

Enrolment Process: See the enrolment process for our Other Full-Time, Part-Time & Weekend Courses.

 

 

Have you also considered our One-Year Digital Cinematography & One-Year Practical Filmmaking programmes?