Schedule

Required Text

Brown, B. (2016). Cinematography theory and practice: Image making for cinematographers, directors, and videographers. (3rd ed.). Boston: Focal Press.

Supplementary Texts

Malkiewicz, K. (2005). Cinematography (3rd ed.). New York, NY. Fireside.
Monaco, J. (2009). How to Read a Film (4th ed.). New York, NY. Oxford

Bibliography

American Cinematographer (monthly magazine)
HD Video Pro (bi-monthly magazine)
American Society of Cinematographers. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.theasc.com
Ascher, E., & Pincus E. (2007). The filmmaker’s handbook: A comprehensive guide for the digital age. New York: Plume.
Burum, S. H. (2007). American cinematographer manual (9th ed., Vol. 1 and 2). Hollywood: ASC Press.
Carlson, S. E., & Carlson, V. (1994). The professional cameraman’s handbook (4th ed.). Boston: Focal Press.
Malkiewicz, K. (2005). Cinematography (3rd ed.). New York: Fireside.
Gloman, C., & Letourneau, T., (2005). Placing shadows (3rd ed.). Boston: Focal Press
Wheeler, P. (2010). High definition cinematography (3rd ed.). Boston: Focal Press
Kenworthy, C. (2009). Master shots: 100 advanced camera techniques to get and expensive look on your low-budget movie. Studio City, CA: Michael Wise Production
Sijill, J.V. (2009). Cinematic storytelling: The 100 most powerful film conventions every filmmaker must know. Studio City, CA: Michael Wise Production.
Mercado, G. (2010). The filmmaker’s eye: Learning and (breaking) the rules of cinematic composition. Boston: Focal Press.
American Society of Cinematographers. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.theasc.com