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Cinematography
Course Code
CINE 2103  Credits 3.00 Lec 1.00 Lab View Details
Title Camera and Lighting 
Description This course provides an in-depth study of advanced camera and lighting systems used in cinema production. Using these technologies you will become adept in the art and craft of cinematography through exercises and camera tests involving lighting set-ups, lens choices, camera movement, special effects, and other tools of the industry. You will learn the choices and decisions the Cinematographer must make in service to the production. 
Prerequisites  

CIPR 1102, CIST 1102, SCRN 1102 and ENGL 1111.

Co-requisites

CINE 2104.

 


Course Code
CINE 2104  Credits 3.00 Lec 1.00 Lab View Details
Title Cinematography 1 
Description This course explores the cinematographer's role in a motion picture production. You will study and practice the relationship with the director and other members of the crew through the production of a short film. You will also learn other aspects of working with a crew including the roles of assistant camera and gaffer. 
Prerequisites  

CIPR 1102, CIST 1102, SCRN 1102 and ENGL 1111.

Co-requisites

CINE 2103.

 


Course Code
CINE 2105  Credits 3.00 Lec 1.00 Lab View Details
Title Cinematography 2 
Description This course applies the aesthetic and technical knowledge introduced in CINE 2104 toward a complete production in collaboration with a director. You will implement advanced style and production techniques to the course projects. You will produce a professional cinematographer's reel as a capstone project. 
Prerequisites  

CINE 2103, CINE 2104.



Course Code
CINE 2106  Credits 3.00 Lec 1.00 Lab View Details
Title Commercial Cinematography 
Description This advanced course in Cinematography will explore the role of a Cinematographer in the commercial and industrial environment. Building on what you have learned in Cinematography 1 and Camera and Lighting, you will develop your skills by working on projects designed by an agency or client, and you will collaborate to complete a spec or sample commercial and a PSA. Must be taken A-F. 
Prerequisites  

CINE 2103, CINE 2104.



Course Code
CINE 2107  Credits 2.00 Int./Prac. View Details
Title Internship 
Description This course provides an opportunity to work in a production facility or on a set. Your internship placement will reflect your personal aesthetics in cinematography. You must obtain your internship coordinator's approval in advance of internship. Placement is limited to program students. 
Prerequisites  

CIPR 1102.