Introduction to Cinematography

ARTM 240 (3)

Introduces the production techniques of single-camera video that are used in television, cinema, and other media. Students will develop skills in designing a video production from the start to the finish. This includes pre-production, on location shooting, and post-production editing and finishing. The world is obsessed with media and many people spend hundreds of hours a year watching television, movies and other online video content. Hundreds of cable TV channels, Netflix, YouTube, and other on demand video services offer an endless supply of video content. With so much choice, the audience has become far more selective in what they will watch which means the quality of video productions must be higher than ever before. This course will help you level the field.
Course Code: ARTM 240 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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