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WHAT IS DIGITAL Film GRADING Courses ?To be completely accurate, Digital Grading is just one aspect of the process of taking a video or film and really giving it that final, finished gloss. When the edit is complete, the process of giving the film its final look is hugely important, not just in an aesthetic sense, the colour palette of a film is also a narrative, emotive, storytelling tool that, when done well, can be enormously effective.A film’s overall look starts of course with the cinematography but it is in the back end of production, the colouring and look build where that footage and those beautiful shots can really come alive and with the right tools and expertise, almost anything is possible these days, from replacing dull, washed out skies, to changing the colour of your talent’s hair, from creating lush, beautiful landscapes full of vivid colour, to washed out cities in a dystopian nightmare, knowing why, how and when can make or break a film, commercial, music video or show reel. At Scarlet View Media, we know why, how and when.Sometimes the look of a film can be quite subtle, this is often the case in documentary film, where gritty realism takes preference over stylised aesthetics, in other instances, the look of a film is key to its story, take for example, recent examples like Lord of the Rings, Suckerpunch and The Book of Eli, these are movies where the grade and overall look of the film is almost a character in itself.Join the DIPLOMA IN EDITING, VFX & DIGITAL FILM GRADING in the Best Film Technology college - Palme Deor Film & Media College, Chennai & Thanjavur
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College of Media Studies and Design is an effort to empower students to engage with their creative energy in the design space. Media studies are a challenging field which greatly dictates the thinking and perception of society. They are not just responsible for the dissemination of information but also impacts public opinion, political agendas, societal reforms and economic scenario. A democratic society can only stand on the shoulders of a healthy media.In the present information age all data and information has to be verifiable and presentable. In other words it has to be designed well. The design may involve different formats but aesthetics is the supreme element. The field of design deals with presenting content in a lucid and intuitive manner. The entire effort must be in sync with the evolving media industry on a global front.The students exposes to media theory media technology and media business. The course curricula provides a vibrant mix of technical tools and pedagogy to practice the techniques of Public Interaction, Creative Art, Media Analytics, AV multimedia design, digital media, interaction processes, 3D, virtual reality, animation, virtual studio and multimedia creation. Our programs prepare students to advance in almost any career direction in media and design. Ultimately the creative sensibility of the students is enhanced to a level where they can pursue independent work and research based studies.The pedagogy involves a mix of lectures, self-study, workshops and project work. Palme Deor Film & Media College inculcates many novel features in the pedagogy and curricula. The courses will be offered in tune with interdisciplinary learning to foster a multifaceted learning strategy. Students achieve greater flexibility in learning via the major and minor programs.
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Introduction to PhotographyPhotography is the process of recording visual images by capturing light rays on a light-sensitive recording medium (e.g. film or digital CCD). It can be thought of as two pursuits:Technical: The science of setting up the camera and the recording medium to take images in a controlled way.Creative: The art of composing good images to capture.There are dozens of different types of photography. Some areas require specialist knowledge (e.g. scientific photography), but almost all photography involves the same basic principles of obtaining a clear, focused image through a lens and onto the recording medium.There are also many types of camera. Professional photographers like to have a selection of cameras for different purposes. The most popular type of general-purpose camera for taking high-quality images is the single lens reflex (SLR). If you are interested in photography you will probably want to own an SLR camera.Traditional photography uses film as the recording medium, which is a chemical process. Modern photography is heavily geared towards digital photography, which is an electronic process. In either type of photography the basic process is the same, as illustrated in this (over-simplified) camera diagram:Simple camera diagramA critical part of the camera is the optical element, i.e. the lens. The role of the lens is to take incoming light rays and bend them to form a clear image on the recording medium. The structure of the lens determines how much the light is bent and the magnification of the resulting image. To understand photography, you need to understand lenses.Like all arts, good photography comes with practice. Learn about the camera, learn about picture composition, and practice.
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The seven stages of film productionNow we’ve looked at the money involved in filmmaking, its time to take a more detailed look at the stages a film goes through. Below are the seven key stages in getting a film from an initial idea through to watching it on the big screen.1. DevelopmentThe start of a project varies, but generally will begin with development of a script, be that an existing script, a book, a brief story outline. Development may also start with a Director and/or Writer pitching an idea to a Producer.2. Pre-ProductionThis is the phase where you would narrow down the options of the production. It is where all the planning takes place before the camera rolls and sets the overall vision of the project. Pre-production also includes working out the shoot location and casting. The Producer will now hire a Line Manager or Production Manager to create the schedule and budget for the film.3. ProductionDuring this phase it is key to keep planning ahead of the daily shoot. The primary aim is to stick to the budget and schedule, this requires constant vigilance. Communication is key between location, set, office, production company, distributors - in short, all parties involved4. Principal PhotographyThis is when the camera rolls. It is nearly always the most expensive phase of film production, due to actor, director, and set crew salaries, as well as the costs of certain shots, props, and on-set special effects. Everything that has happened up to this point is to make principal photography go as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Communication between all parties is crucial during the shoot and the production must maintain a full set of records and strive to remain on time and on budget.5. WrapThe period immediately after shooting ends. It is when we strike (dismantle) the set and clear the location. Everything must be returned in good order to suppliers and there must be a full set of records of the shoot.6. Post-ProductionThis stage starts when principal photography ends, but they may overlap. The bulk of post-production consists of reviewing the footage and assembling the movie - editing. There will be contributions as required from Visual Effects (VFX), Music and Sound Design. The picture will now be locked and delivery elements will be created. Further information on Post Production can be found later on in Week 1 of the course.7. DistributionOnce the film is completed, it must be distributed. This is how producers make their money back and a considerable amount of time and energy will be invested to secure the right distribution deals for their projects. The film will go into the cinema and/or be distributed via various platforms such as Amazon Prime, Netflix, and HBO etc.
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