RTV209 - Field Camera and Lighting

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Last revision date Mar 18, 2019 12:30:00 AM
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Subject Title
Field Camera and Lighting

Subject Description
In the course Field Camera and Lighting Techniques, theory and practical experience will be used to emphasis continuity, aesthetics, camera angles and lighting that enhance the motivation of the story. Through a series of independent and group projects, the students will apply industry techniques to single camera production using professional high definition production equipment.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1.Operate camera and lighting equipment in a safe manner.
2.Observe safe practices when working with crews and the public
3.Utilize camera accessories to meet production needs
4.Define colour and light spectrums and their relationship to each other.
5.Identify the principle application of motivated lighting
6.Recognize camera techniques for various production styles

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