জাতীয় গণমাধ্যম ইনস্টিটিউট গণপ্রজাতন্ত্রী বাংলাদেশ সরকার
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সর্ব-শেষ হাল-নাগাদ: ২০ August ২০১৭
Title Digital Camera Operation & Lighting
Duration06 Weeks
DateFrom: 2018-01-07 To: 2018-02-15
Number

Desired number of participants is ২০. In special case, e number may vary.

Course FeeTk. 9000.00 (Taka nine thousand) only for each participant coming from private TV channels and freelancers, payable to the Director General, NIMC, Dhaka by a pay order/bank draft. No course fee is charged from the participants of Bangladesh Televisio
TypeNon-residential
Nomination Procedure

Nomination by concerned authority of BTV and Private TV channels. For freelancers, open advertisement will be floated in national dailies.

Objective

At the end of the training course, the participants will be able to
• use and control light during production.
• know the color of light and its proper direction
• operate television camera in various directions
• coordinate the production in a systematic manner

Course Content

General Contents
Bangladesh Affairs: Emergence of Bangladesh, Constitution of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s Special Initiatives, SDG, 7th Five year plan, Women Empowerment, National Integrity Strategy, RTI, ICT, Disaster Management, Climate Change & Autism.

Core Contents
TV camera: History, types and use, Construction of lens, IRIS, Aperture, Shutter speed, Focal length, Depth of field, Tripod, Camera adjustment, White and black balance, Microphone, Sound and its application, Lighting and its characteristics, Various equipment for use of light intensity, Basic lighting, Use of light and camera in TV production.

Method

Classroom lectures, participatory exercises in the classroom, use of multimedia, discussions, question and answer sessions, practical exercise and evaluation.

Evaluation

Classroom attendance, class participation, field exercise, indoor/outdoor assignment and final production.

Course DirectorMs. Rawnak Jahan
Course cordinatorMr. Masud Monwar Bhuiyan / PRODIP KUMAR DHALI

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