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.
- Teacher: Levent Duranli
This course aims to provide students with basic theoretical and practical knowledge about cinema and television. Basic concepts and terminology relating to cinema and television such as the history of the cinema and television, film in terms of art and industry, the narrative tradition, sound, cinematography and visual design are among the topics covered in the course. This course also provides practical knowledge about production tools and also the basics of planning and designing cinema and television production. Within the scope of the course, students will gain knowledge about creating meaning in cinema and television. Projects are also carried out to help students develop a critical awareness about the content of film and television productions and to analyse the complex relationship between media and society.
This course is designed to develop skills in the areas of radio and television news writing and reporting including interviewing, researching public records, checking news information, as well as the various formats, styles and types of reports used in broadcast media. This course integrates theory and production work to address the knowledge and skills required for radio-TV news writing and reporting. It also includes in-class and out-of-classroom assignments in which students write and report news stories on topics concerning public interest, such as the economy, policy and technology. This course also provides a strong foundation in the legal and ethical rules utilized by those who gather, write, broadcast and distribute information.