Advanced videography Course in Chennai|Weekend Class, Duration, Fees, Admissions, Syllabus, Eligibility|Chennai's Visualite Academy
India’s popular Photography and Film Institute, Chennai’s Visualite Academy is offering certificate courses in Videography for a period of 2-months. This Advanced Videography course is for those of you who want to take your passion for videography to a next level by becoming a professional videographer. We have even included the introduction to filmmaking like script writing, storyboard, video editing, floor planning etc. which makes it more suitable for the Short filmmakers, web series creators and youtube filmmakers.
We'll teach you both technical and practical videography skills, and we'll show you how to film a video with confidence and fervour. Our professionals are the top trainers in the field, and by sharing their real-life experiences, they will make the lesson more dynamic and entertaining. We will provide our pupils with the required skills and encourage them to practise and experiment with those tools till they come up with some new ideas using our world-class technology tools and equipment. 100% job placement with a free DSLR camera to use while training at the institute. Choolaimedu, Anna nagar, and Adyar Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India are our locations.
People no longer employ videographers to film birthday parties, goodbye parties, engagements, and other events. Nowadays, everyone has become aware of videography and has begun to record their events. It's the art of conveying a tale, and if you're interested in learning more about storytelling, direction, scriptwriting, and so on, enrol in our Videography course. Our summer videography course will teach you all you need to know about videography, including how to shoot, edit, light, and use a microphone. Our instructors are well-versed specialists that believe in learning by doing and provide opportunities for you to experiment and learn through more practical sessions.
Only those who have finished a degree, diploma or certificate course in basic videography can apply for the advanced videography course. The online classes are very beneficial for the NRIs. We even provide One-on-one sessions on request for those who require extra attention or those who prefer it. School and College Students from any branch can take up this course as a side-by-side course in order to become more professional in videography. We provide the Videography courses on Sundays for all those who can attend the classes only on sundays.
Diploma in Advanced videography Course
Advanced Videography Course
Digital Filmmaking, Viscom Courses
Weekdays and Weekends
Morning and Evening Shifts
Mode of Instruction
Online and offline
Anyone From 10th Standard and Above
Average Salary Package
Starting from ₹ 3,00,000 per annum
Videographers use their video cameras as tools for exploration and an instrument for change. They have the power to document events, reveal truths and change our perception towards the world. As this course is sure to cater the future media needs, we strongly emphasise on future-oriented teachings and methods. Thus, we make sure that our students at the end will get the essential expertise and skill set to become successful videographers.
What is the difference between Videography and Cinematography?
To have a better understanding, we should know the difference between videography and cinematography.A cinematographer, also referred to as the director of photography (or DP), is the individual in charge of the camera and lighting crews on a movie or other production. It is the responsibility of the cinematographer to realise the vision of the director by making technical and artistic decisions in regards to lens choice, exposure, lighting, composition, filters, camera movement, colour-grading and more. To put it simply, the cinematographer is the person accountable for a film’s cinematography, the art and science of motion picture photography. Every decision the cinematographer makes must also service the director and the story. On a large production, it is unlikely that the cinematographer will operate the camera. That’s usually the job of the camera operator, who works under the cinematographer.
What typically distinguishes videographers from cinematographers is that videographers operate with much smaller crew sizes, often working solo. Unlike a cinematographer, a videographer operates the camera. Commonly, the term videographer is akin with cameraman or camera operator. Videographers are often associated with event videography, live TV, small commercials, corporate videos and weddings. Since videographers often work solo, they commonly handle other elements of production, including editing, sound, lighting and more.
As stated above, a cinematographer works with a large crew, and is responsible for artistic and technical decisions regarding the photography of a motion picture in accordance with a director’s vision. A videographer, by contrast, works with a much smaller level of production, is usually the camera operator and probably works solo; overseeing a project from start to finish.
Passion for videography
Ability to understand and handle a camera
Know the Basics of Videography
Introduction to Script writing
To read and analyse different genres of films
Breakdown of a screenplay into scenes and shots
Shot to shot transition
basic techniques of building a scene
The techniques of pace and time manipulation while editing.
Joining of scenes and shots
The cut and types of cuts
The imaginary line
Necessity of editing
Principles of editing
dubbing and track laying
movement of frame
movement within frame
persistence of vision
Camera movements and operations
Analyse the purpose of taking a shot
Record (clapperboard, slate)
Different styles and techniques of Documentary filmmaking
introduction to zone format as a scientific tool for measuring exposure
Exposure value, exposure latitude
To have a secured job for our students, we bring them the right guidance and support from our experts. Our After Course Tutoring Support program sets a platform for students to discuss their future plans and goals and how to face the challenging world. It allows the students to interact with our professionals who are having rich experience in different genres of the media industry. This guidance helps them to approach the right opportunity with full confidence and excitement. It also paves the way to discover their areas of interest, for e.g. either as a Director, Studio and Floor Manager, Vision Mixer, Camera, Lighting, Sound Controller or an Editor.
Who Can Apply
No age or gender restrictions
Students must be passionate, studious and dedicated to videography
8th pass/fail, 10th pass/fail, 12th pass/fail, UG/PG/Diploma students
Student residing in any part of India, NRIs, even International students can apply
Students who are pursuing Engineering, IT, Science, Arts, Commerce and Management Courses can take up this course as a side-by-side course
Working professionals like Doctors, Engineers, Architects, Designers, Teachers, Businessmen, Lawyers, Auditors etc.
Discontinued/drop out students are also eligible to apply
You can choose either morning shift or an evening shift.
They have weekend classes on Saturdays and Sundays.
Customisable class timings according to your schedule