Careers In Cinematography
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Cinematography is the science or art of motion-picture
photography by recording light or other electromagnetic
radiation,either electronically by means of an image sensor,
or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such
as film stock.Typically, a lens is used to repeatedly focus the
light reflected or emitted from objects into real images on
the light-sensitive surface inside a camera during a
timed exposure, creating multiple images. With an
electronic image sensor, this produces an electrical charge at
each pixel, which is electronically processed and stored in
a video file for subsequent display or processing.
The Post Graduate Diploma courses in Film & Television
Direction, Cinematography, Film & Television Editing and Sound
Engineering and Recording have no bar of age, race, gender,
religion or nationality.
Indian students who have passed any graduation course or any
course equivalent to graduation recognized by an Indian
University.Any International student holding a valid passport
from any country who has completed a graduation course in
any subject, recognized by any international university
(provisional Admission may be given upon payment of full
course fee prior to Visa Approval).The final admission is
conditional upon issuance of valid visa by Indian Authorities.
Cinematography, an integral element in the art of
making motion pictures, literally refers to the
combined art and science of using a moving image
camera. It is the process of recording visual images
for the cinema and subsequent development of
recorded images in sophisticated photo laboratories.
Cinematography comprises of all the processes
beginning from the choice of lighting and camera
until video and audio of a particular scene is
In India, a cinematographer who has just joined the
industry is paid Rs. 84,000 – Rs. 96,000 per year. As the
cinematographer becomes more experienced, his/her
salary rises to Rs. 480,000 – Rs. 600,000 a year. The salary
also depends upon the project on which the
cinematographer is working on.
Satyajit Ray Films And Television Institute,Kolkata.
Film And Television Institute Of India (FTII),Pune.
Center For Research In Art Of Film And Television
L V Prasad Film And TV Academy,Chennai.