This is an introductory course in photography, covering its history, aesthetics and basic techniques. The course covers practical instruction and theoretical perspectives as well as some hands-on photographic work and field trips, enabling students will prepare a portfolio of work. Students are also expected to gain a detailed historical and aesthetic knowledge concerning the development of the medium of photography, as well as technical skills and ability to take better photographs. The scope of the course also includes the development of recent revolutionary digital technologies and their effects on the medium. Within this context, both digital and analogue photography will be thoroughly examined.

Within the scope of this course, students are expected to plan, design and execute an original project in the field of radio and television where they can reflect their academic knowledge and creative abilities by using knowledge and skills acquired in theoretical and practical courses. Students gain experience by working actively at every stage of the project, under the supervision of the supervisor, from the generation of project ideas, to preparing proposals, scriptwriting, shooting/recording process, post-production editing and presentation of the projects. Students have the opportunity to gain experience in applying professional ethical principles and rules, as well as field-specific standards. Graduation projects will be presented to the jury at the end of the semester and the projects will be evaluated.

Bu ders kapsamında öğrencilerin eğitimleri süresince, teorik ve pratik derslerde edindikleri bilgi ve becerilerini kullanarak, eğilimleri doğrultusunda akademik bilgilerini ve yaratıcı yeteneklerini yansıtabilecekleri sinema alanında özgün bir proje gerçekleştirmeleri beklenmektedir. Ders kapsamında, öğrenciler dersi yürüten öğretim elemanı gözetiminde, sinema alanında proje fikirlerinin geliştirilmesinden, tretman- sinopsis ve senaryo yazımına, çekim süreci, yapım sonrası kurgu aşaması ve projelerin sunumuna kadar projenin her aşamasında aktif olarak çalışarak deneyim kazanmakta, bağımsız bir ürün ortaya koymaktadır. Mezuniyet projelerinin yapım süreçleri boyunca öğrenciler, mesleki etik ilke ve kuralları ve ayrıca alana özgü standartları uygulama konusunda da deneyim kazanma olanağı bulmaktadır. Öğrencilerin bitirme projeleri dönem sonunda jüri önünde sunulmakta ve projeler değerlendirilmektedir.

This course aims to provide theoretical and technical knowledge about the production and direction of television programs in the studio. This is a practical course that allows the use of production tools and equipment needed in the studio and it includes the processes of designing, producing and directing the television program. Within the scope of the course, students acquire theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in the use of studios, designing decor, determining camera angles and camera set-up, and multi-camera program directing. Students will have the opportunity to work as a team member due to camera techniques and image editing applications, lighting, image selection, and other practical works carried out in the control room and studio, and projects given within the scope of the course.

In this
course, the changes in the comprehension of cinema in the process from its
invention to the present day and the theories that consider and examine cinema
from different perspectives are discussed. The course focuses on formalist and
realistic theoretical approaches, structuralist and poststructuralist theories,
and theoretical approaches of the postmodern era and helps students gain
in-depth knowledge of approaches and understand the relationship between the
cinema industry and theory. This course focuses on the definition and history
of film theory and concepts such as reality and simulation. In addition, with
the projects given throughout the semester, students are provided with the
ability to evaluate cinema within the framework of these theories and to assess
the effects of these theories on cinema.

This course aims
to teach students the basic principles of cinematographic lighting and the use
of the camera as a means of visual expression, camera angles, preparation of
shooting plans, etc. both theoretically and practically. Within the scope of
the course, the basic working principles, types and accessories of the video
camera; camera angles and movements; visual aesthetics and digital effects;
basic lighting principles, lighting equipment and their characteristics are
discussed. In this course, students have the opportunity to practice using
light and camera and sample applications are also examined. Students who take
the course will gain basic knowledge about the technological development of
cinema and television, gain professional technical skills regarding camera and
light usage and learn professional terminology.