Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Introduction of previously acquired student knowledge in the master's study to a wider scope of relationships with knowledge from other courses and introduce some other phenomena and inherent laws of wavelength optics (coherent) which have a close relationship to the creative process in cinematography and television images and significant influence on their quality.
Mode of study
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Completion of FAMU Camera dept. basic study (or comparable study at another higher institute.)
Course description (Lectures)
The task of the course is to expand theory knowledge of Film and TV Camera in „Applied Optics.“ Students completed the basic study Optics 1, which provided fundamental knowledge, mainly in geometric optics and related disciplines. In Optics II students have the opportunity to use earlier acquired in a wider context with knowledge from studies. In particular, students are introduced to concepts, phenomena and the inherent rules of wave (coherent) optices and quantum optics and their close relationships in the cinematic and television image creation process which have a fundamental influence on quality. This course is taught through normal methods: lectures - discussions - consultations - exams. Addtionally, consultations allow interested students to focus on some special area and are an introduction to their separate study, or master's thesis preparations.
(Special assignments are not given to the stduents, nor are there any tests or final papers.)
Presumed knowledge: Optics I and other theory courses of basic study.
Recommended or required reading
A.Mikš: Aplikovaná optika, Vydavatelství ČVUT, Praha 2009.
M.Jiráček, A.Mikš, V.Opočenský, J.Růžek, P.Scheufter, M.Spěvák, P.Stýblo, M.Urban:
Technické základy fotografie. 1.vyd. Praha : Komora fotografických živností, 2002. 208 s.
G. Schröder: Technická optika, SNTL, Praha 1981
J.Fuka, B.Havelka: Optika, SPN, Praha 1961.
V.Vrba: Moderní aspekty klasické fyzikální optiky, Praha SNTL 1967
A.Vašíček: Optika tenkých vrstev Praha, NČSAV 1956
M.Miler: Holografie, Praha SNTL 1974
S.F.Ray: Applied photographic optics, Focal Press, New York, 2002.
Assessment methods and criteria
Credit will be awarded for completing the exam from the given course.
Schedule for winter semester 2019/2020:
Room No. 225
|Date||Day||Time||Tutor||Location||Notes||No. of paralel|
|Mon||14:00–15:35||Petr PÁTA||Room No. 225
Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:
The schedule has not yet been prepared