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Learning outcomes of the course unit
Mastering the craft of a cameraman
Mode of study
Dialogue and plot analysis.
Explication of the exercise assignment. Completion of the Rainbow Exercise
Prerequisites and co-requisites
General cultural awareness and sensitivity in relation to the world of colour around us. Absolute dedication to the profession of cameraman to relate to and interpret any film work in its entirety.
Local colour ranges, atmospheres, concept of space. Information and emotion. Solutions for light and tonality. The sequence and linking of shots. Static and kinetic characteristics of motifs. Relationships between the visual and dramatic concepts of the film. Visual-dramatic interpretation of imagery. Dramatic figure as an object of visual and dramatic stylisation. The scene, costume, masque. A figure viewed within the scene image. Variable situation component. Internal and external meanings. Expressive tendencies. Meaningful compositions. Impact and dominants prepared. Overall colour dramaturgy of fiction films.
Recommended or required reading
Art publications – monographies of both classic and modern art
Assessment methods and criteria
Knowledge of color and color dramaturgy. The credit requirement is to meet the background submission deadlines, see instructions in exercises.
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Cinematography_1920 (required subject)