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Level

Intermediate

Language

English

Duration

29min 31sec

Certificate

Available

About this Course

In the middle of creating your own short film? Eager to level up your production value? Or even just curious what goes on "behind the curtain" to give a feature film that artistic look and feel? The answer is in cinematography: the style of your film. key considerations for cinematography β€” tactics for manipulating mood, tone, and feel tactical tips for creating a shot list β€” the key to organizing your cinematic details exclusive "commentary" narration of a real scene from the feature film Obselidia All of these things will help you demystify the "visual language" behind film so that you can communicate your vision through your own film and photography. You'll leave empowered to experiment with effects and techniques on your next project, bringing together artistry, story, and style.

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Browse Lesson Plans

This is the foundation for understanding filmmaking style.

  • Introduction 1min 46sec
  • Today's Scene 6min 4sec
  • Inspiration 5min 0sec
  • Cinema's "Visual Language" Toolkit 3min 56sec
  • Making a Shot List 6min 8sec
  • The Scene: Breakdown with Shot List 3min 24sec
  • The Scene: Commentary 3min 13sec
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About Expert

Zak Mulligan

Cinematographer

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Come out of this class as a

  • Cinematographer
  • filmmaker
One time fee for the whole master course
15+ enrolled on this course