Film Production


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Radio and Television Programs Distribution
Films Production Supportive Service
Parties and Occasions Photographing
Dramatic Production

The production process refers to the required stages (phases) to complete a media product, from the idea to the final master copy. The process can be applied to any type of media production including film, video, television and audio recording. The stages in each medium vary; for example, there is obviously no storyboard in an audio recording. However the same general concepts work for any medium.
Financing: This happens before pre-production, and involves budget forecasting, finding investors, etc.
·         Screenplay: This can be considered as a separate stage before pre-production.
·         Distribution: After post-production, delivering the content to the audience (e.g. film prints, CD/DVD, etc).
Photography is the process of recording visual images by capturing light rays on a light-sensitive recording medium (e.g. film or digital CCD). It can be thought of as two pursuits:

Technical: The science of setting up the camera and the recording medium to take images in a controlled way.
Creative: The art of composing good images to capture.

Light is the “raw material” for creating visual images. Everything related to vision is related to light. Whether the medium is still photography, motion film, video or computer-generated images, light forms the basis of everything you see.
It is important to think of lighting not as something extra which is added in some situations, but as a fundamental part of all visual media production.
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