Advanced Cinematography

The Advanced Cinematography course provides a two-week, in-depth experience of current camera and industry practice. Students will be trained in the differences between shooting still and motion pictures, as well as the differences between shooting digital and traditional film.

The course will cover the technical knowledge required to operate cameras and compose lighting for several types of media. Students will work in groups that comprise roles based on industry standard film crew, crafts and disciplines.

For more information, request a prospectus.

Learning Goals

  1. Have a good working knowledge of lighting for a moving subject

  2. Understand basic exposure control for shooting on both digital and film cameras

  3. Be familiar with several industry standard cameras

  4. Understand how different cameras handle and perform

  5. Understand how to tell a story with a motion picture camera

Start Dates & Prices

  • 13 April 2015 —
  • Price

    £1,500

    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.

    Duration: Two Weeks Full-Time