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NDTV FILM MAKING WORKSHOP

New Delhi Television Limited, an Indian commercial broadcasting television network founded in 1988, for which the acronym NDTV is assigned to the original company, New Delhi, were more than sapient to have given 29 students of Fountainhead School from GRADE 7 to 12 the delightful opportunity to have a closer sneak peek into the world of CAMERA SHOOTING, FILMMAKING and EDITING.

Two of the finest NDTV inmates, Mr Ajmal Jami-Head Of Department, Camera, NDTV and Mr Devendra Singh Tomar-Assistant Manager, Technology, NDTV conducted a 3 day session from 14th AUG’15 - 16th AUG’15 during which they introduced to the students, the detailed aspects of how to work with a CAMERA and its features, the effects and tactics to be used in terms of MOTION PHOTOGRAPHY and the merging of scenes, sound mixing and technical editing through a smart EDITING SOFTWARE which appeared to be quite friendly to work with as per our students review. For a better understanding and clearer guidance the students were divided into 2 groups, accordingly and on the 1st day, one of the group attended the PHOTOGRAPHY session while the other group had to attend the EDITING session, and vice-versa on the 2nd day. On the final day of the programme, both the groups were assigned to create, perform and edit a 2-3 minutes short film on an independently chosen topic. The complete 3 day session was held within and at a nearby premise of the school itself. The short films were then reviewed by the NDTV team, both in terms of camera handling and technical editing and have been taken back to the NDTV Studio for further examining. One of the two films will be selected and the chosen group members will be called to DELHI to the NDTV Head Department for higher acknowledgment and appreciation.
Our students had an amazing experience and a closer look into the world of PHOTOGRAPHY and FILM MEDIA.

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