|High Definition & Digital Cinema Ltd. |
supported by Creative Skillset and endorsed by the BKSTS
present a new training course
|The Digital Imaging Technician (DIT) is a fast-evolving on-set role with ever increasing responsibilities. In the film world this function would have been carried out by the Clapper Loader, but in Digital Cinema the role has expanded immensely. DITs need to know about image capture, quantization, digital theory, camera chip formats, prism, Bayer patterning on image chips, the meaning of RAW, colour separation, true resolution, gamma and log processing, compression schemes and pitfalls, recording systems, file formats, storage operating systems, workflows, metadata and logistics. This course is aimed at existing professional camera crew, as well as post-production personnel such as data wranglers, who need digital imaging and data management skills to increase their employment prospects. Theoretical training will be given, followed by practical hands-on experience with several commonly-used products from supporting organisations.|
|The next workshop will take place at |
Media City UK, Salford, Manchester
9th-10th March 2016
|On completion of the course the delegates will be able to understand:|
- The role of the DIT
|Course Leaders: |
Peter Wilson has been involved in bleeding-edge moving image technology for nearly four decades. He runs his own consultancy High Definition and Digital Cinema Ltd, is a Director of the EDCF (European Digital Cinema Forum) and of the ECA (Event Cinema Association), and is a Fellow of the BKSTS and an active member of SMPTE.
Martin Parsons created his consultancy company Image Eyes Ltd focusing on the scientific investigation, technical evaluation, design and implementation of image quality, workflow and colour management for the motion picture and television industries. He is a course author and instructor for the International Association of Broadcasting Manufacturers and has served on the Technical Committee of the British Society of Cinematographers.
This scheme is supported by Creative Skillset's Film Skills Fund, which is funded by
the BFI with National Lottery funds, through the Skills Investment Funds.
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