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Cinematographers, also known as directors of photography, oversee the camera and lighting crews that work on film, television, and other live action sets. Cinematographers must collaborate with directors, producers, and other on-set staff to help a project reach its intended audience. They typically oversee a team of cameramen and assistants to find the best angles to film. They may also try and test different equipment to see what produces the best image. This can include stationary cameras, cameras that move around on a track system and cameras that can be carried by a cameraman. Some cinematographers may specialize in shooting particular kinds of films, such as action or animation. See the table below for information about education requirements, job outlook, and salary for this career.
Individuals wishing to major in cinematography can earn a Bachelor of Arts or Fine Arts in Film with a concentration in cinematography. Combining their knowledge of film history and modern cinematic elements, cinematography majors learn to use industry tools and techniques to convey emotions to the viewing audience. They also develop creative and critical-thinking skills. Some common course topics include:

Foundations in film
Technology in cinematography
Business elements in film
Visual art and cinema
Elements of post-production

Graduates of a bachelor's degree program in cinematography can work in motion picture, television and radio production as:
Producers
Directors
Film editors
Camera operators
Lighting specialists

DEGREE IN CINEMATOGRAPHY - 4 Years

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Cinematographers, also known as directors of photography, oversee the camera and lighting crews that work on film, television, and other live action sets. Cinematographers must collaborate with directors, producers, and other on-set staff to help a project reach its intended audience. They typically oversee a team of cameramen and assistants to find the best angles to film. They may also try and test different equipment to see what produces the best image. This can include stationary cameras, cameras that move around on a track system and cameras that can be carried by a cameraman. Some cinematographers may specialize in shooting particular kinds of films, such as action or animation. See the table below for information about education requirements, job outlook, and salary for this career. Individuals wishing to major in cinematography can earn a Bachelor of Arts or Fine Arts in Film with a concentration in cinematography. Combining their knowledge of film history and modern cinematic elements, cinematography majors learn to use industry tools and techniques to convey emotions to the viewing audience. They also develop creative and critical-thinking skills. Some common course topics include: Foundations in film Technology in cinematography Business elements in film Visual art and cinema Elements of post-production Graduates of a bachelor's degree program in cinematography can work in motion picture, television and radio production as: Producers Directors Film editors Camera operators Lighting specialists
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