Diploma in Cinematography & Lighting

Diploma in Cinematography And Lighting

National Academy for Film and Television (NAFT), though its diploma course guides students and youngsters in understating about camera, light crews, visual storytelling, camera techniques, lighting methods and techniques.

A Diploma in Cinematography & Lighting is a program that focuses on the art and craft of capturing visual images on film or digital media. It teaches students the technical skills and creative techniques used in lighting and camera work to create compelling and visually appealing images. The program typically covers the following topics:

  • Cinematography basics: This includes camera angles, lenses, framing, and composition.
  • Lighting techniques: This includes the use of natural and artificial lighting, lighting placement, and color temperature.
  • Film and digital technology: This includes camera operation, exposure, color correction, and post-production processes.
  • Creative storytelling: This includes understanding story structure, character development, and how to use visuals to enhance the narrative.
  • Industry practices: This includes understanding the roles and responsibilities of various crew members, working on a film set, and adhering to industry standards.

After completing the program, graduates can pursue careers as cinematographers, camera operators, lighting technicians, or gaffers in the film and television industry. They may also choose to work in other fields that require visual storytelling, such as advertising, corporate videos, or music videos.

Our Diploma course in Cinematography primarily teaches its students about camera, craft of film production, television production or any other live event and making technical and artistic decisions related to the image. Our unique course introduces students to the various skills like editing- on varied film genre, basics of cinematography and digital cinematography. Through out the course students learn about-

  • Camera Dynamics
  • Visual Language
  • Lens Language
  • Cinematic Continuity
  • Exposure and Colour Theory
  • The Tools of Lighting and Lighting as Story Telling

Eligibility   :   Minimum 10 + 2/ Intermediate School pass. Candidates appearing/appeared in qualifying examination may also apply.

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