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Cinematographers operate the cameras used to film movies. They may specialize in areas such as special effects or cartoons, or simply manage the multi-camera rigs required to film entire motion pictures. A postsecondary degree is typically required to become a cinematographer.
Cinematographers (a.k.a. directors of photography) work alongside directors to give films, TV shows, music videos and television commercials their own unique aesthetic style. Responsible for managing camera crews and lighting crews, they oversee the selection and manipulation of technical equipment to create striking images on screen.
The visual impact of a film is driven by the creative choices a cinematographer makes. These guys make the big decisions about the use of different lenses, filters, lighting techniques and camera movements to create dramatic effect and prompt different emotional responses from the audience. They’re also responsible for making decisions about aspect ratio, digital effects, image contrast, and frame rates.
Cinematographers get involved throughout the entire production lifecycle. Before filming starts, they dissect the screenplay, conduct extra research into different styles and motifs which relate to the subject matter of the script, and liaise with the director to discuss their creative ideas.
Interested applicants should have a minimum of OND/NCE in relevant fields. Any higher qualification with working experience will serve as an added advantage..
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Interested applicants should forward their updated CVs to HR through this email: firstname.lastname@example.org or send your Name, Location, Qualification to this 08159283609.
Note: This job offer is mainly for Lagos residents.