Lens theory: a case study analysis of its importance in cinematography pedagogy for beginner students

Toshi, Goh Hiro (2015) Lens theory: a case study analysis of its importance in cinematography pedagogy for beginner students. Masters thesis, LASALLE College of the Arts.

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Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Title: Lens theory: a case study analysis of its importance in cinematography pedagogy for beginner students
Synopsis:

Cinematography is the art of creating moving images with the use of a motion picture camera. The camera uses lenses, various support systems, formats, and placement to create compositions that tell the story in the film. Lenses are an important part of the arsenal of the cinematographer but this is often neglected in cinematography studies. This researcher hope to shed light on the lack of cinematography education on the field of view, depth of field and the psychological effects of the different focal lengths of lenses in this research. The researcher is here to study the need for a more practical approach towards the pedagogy of cinematography, which will help students improve their learning in the Puttnam School of Film (PSOF) at Lasalle College of the Arts. In this study, there will be case studies discussed on how cinematography pedagogy has been carried out by other cinematography teachers in the past, in order to discover the gaps in their teaching model in comparison to the teachings at PSOF. It will also lead to better understanding towards the students’ needs in the learning of beginner’s cinematography, and finally to create a base research for future studies to improve cinematography pedagogy in PSOF.

Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty for the Creative Industries > Master - Arts Pedagogy and Practice
Depositing User: Ms Ashalatha Krishnan
Date Deposited: 30 May 2016 08:51
Last Modified: 30 May 2016 08:51
URI: http://drlib.lasalle.edu.sg/id/eprint/374

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