QF_Video Cameraman_CTS1.2_NSQF-4-converted.pdf

Video Cameraman

  • Job DescriptionThe learner receives instructions from Producer, Motion Picture as to type and photographic effect desired on scenes to be filmed. Directs loading of camera with reel of film. Positions or supervises setting up of camera by assistant focuses and sets camera on scene or object to be shot controls lighting for desired general detail of scene to be photographed hooks up motor on camera at starting signal of process films.
  • Last Revised-
  • Code2020/ME/DGT/03723
  • SectorMedia & Entertainment
  • NSQF LevelLevel 4
  • Notional Hours1600
  • Accrediting BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT) accredits the Training providers (ITIs/ NSTIs/ MSTIs/ BTCs/BTPs / Industries / Establishments).
  • Certifying BodiesDirectorate General of Training (DGT).
  • Proposed Occupation

    • 3521.0100 – Cinematographer
    • 3521.0200 – Movie Cameraman
    • 3521.0300 –Cameraman, Animation
    • 3521.0900 – Cinematograph operator

  • Planned arrangements for RPL

    Yes (For more details refer “Guidelines for Private candidate” in DGT website MIS portal).

  • Qualification File QF_Video Cameraman_CTS1.2_NSQF-4-converted.pdf
  • Supporting Documents
  • Formal structure of the qualification
    Title of unit or other component Estimated size (Hours) Level
    (i) Apply the uses of Lenses following safety precautions. 72 3
    (ii) Work with the application of various types of lights. Apply different Lighting techniques, taking indoor and outdoor photographs and use of special areas of photography. Work with different Types of object lighting: Daylight, Artificial light and the 36 3
    (iii) Apply Introduction to Computer Fundamentals Monitor Calibration, Interfaces. 72 4
    (iv) Apply the process of motion pictures. 36 4
    (v) Work with the basic theory concepts, principles and techniques of motion camera/video camera. 36 4
    (vi) Work with the fundamentals of camera shots taking techniques and mise-en-scene. 36 4
    (vii) Apply basic visual aesthetics. 36 4
    (viii) Apply shooting in different lighting situations. 72 4
    (ix) Demonstrate Videography Lighting in different lighting conditions. 144 4
    (x) Work with visual aesthetics and art appreciation. 108 4
    (xi) Work with different kinds of colors in cinematography. 108 4
    (xii) Work with editing and video post-processing softwares, color correction, grading. 108 4
    (xiii) Work with different shooting techniques with a DSLR camera. 144 4
    (xiv) Demonstrate Shooting of video with audio by using different micro phones & use of editing & mixing of sound. 108 4
    (xv) Work with Multi-camera setup. 72 4
    (xvi) Demonstrate the Shooting an interior event on Multi-camera setup in a studio. 72 5
    (xvii) Demonstrate the Shooting of an uncontrolled event on Multi-camera setup. 36 5
    (xviii) Apply and work with the production and planning of a documentary film. 144 4
    (i) Apply safe working practices. 20 4
    (ii) Comply with environment regulation and housekeeping. 20 4
    (iii) Interpret & use formal and technical communication. 20 4
    (iv) Apply the concept in productivity & quality management in day to day work to improve productivity & quality. 20 4
    (v) List and interpret various acts of labour welfare legislation. 20 4
    (vi) Explain energy conservation, global warming and pollution and contribute in day to day work by optimally using available resources. 20 4
    (vii) Explain personnel finance, entrepreneurship and manage/ organize related task in day to day work for personal & societal growth. 20 4
    (viii) Utilize basic computer applications and internet to take benefit of IT developments in the industry. 20 4
    Total 1600
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