- Develop the technical capacity to illuminate
- Natural and artificial light
- Key light; Fill light, backlight
-Aesthetic sense of light and shadow
- the role of different image positions
- choice of equipment
- indoor and outdoor lighting techniques
- Color Correction and grading
- Direct sound capture
- Digital recording systems
- Mixing tables
- Capture techniques
- Digital audio workstations
- Audio software
- Import, Signal Routing, Editing Tools, Export
- Analysis and application of dynamic, temporal, spatial and digital effects
- Spatialization of sound (stereo and binaural)
- MIDI Samplers
- ADR - Folding
- Mixing / Mastering
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HAINE, Charles (2020). Color Grading 101: Getting Started Color Grading for Editors, Cinematographers, Directors, and Aspiring Colorists. Nova Iorque, Focal Press.
OLDHAM, Gabriella (2012). First Cut: Conversations with Film Editors. Berkeley, University of California Press.
MASCELLI, Joseph V, The Five C's of cinematography: Motion picture filming techniques, Silman-James, cop. 1965
ALTON, John, Painting With Light, University of California Press; First Edition, 2013
BROWN, Blain, Cinematography: Theory and Practice: Image Making for Cinematographers and Directors; Focal Press; 3rd Edition, 2016
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria
In the case of a laboratorial, the UC contemples practical exercises that will be privileged. In the image shift group exercises will be performed with each student playing a role, in the areas of sound and editing, as well as individual exercises. There will also be a joint exercise between the three areas, in which students will do a film exercise for up to 3 min.
The UC will have expository classes, but above all practical. In this way, it will be possible to improve the students' technical skills, and a better mastery of image, sound and editing equipment; The UC will allow the student to learn to work in the shooting context, and in post-production with materials from different areas of cinematographic production (image, sound and editing).