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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
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.
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ESCAC - Escuela superior de Cinema y Audivisuales de catalunya
The Master in Photography Management will train you to be responsible for the artistic creation of the images for the staging of any audiovisual work. You will learn to m
About the Master
The director of photography is the professional responsible for the artistic creation of images for the staging of cinematographic, television and audiovisual productions.
To carry out this task, he will make decisions regarding lighting, optics, framing and composition or textures with the clear objective of collaborating in the creation of the image of the audiovisual work.
Who is it for?
University graduates in Audiovisual Communication, Fine Arts or other university-level degrees related to the audiovisual field. Professionals from the film or audiovisual sector who want to deepen their knowledge of the direction of cinematographic photography.
To enter this course it is essential to have a reel as a director of photography in professional formats, and a personal interview will be held....