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The evolution of night shooting
Frkal, Tomáš ; MACÁK, Jiří (advisor) ; WEISER, Antonín (referee)
The thesis focuses on the historical development of night shots, which are mainly limited by the technological possibilities. Besides the impact of the digital revolution, the light sensitive cameras and new lightening techniques, it is also a matter of trends. The success of night scenes are determined by the difficult circumstances in the production and the viewers acceptance. Apart from the technological aspects this paper focuses on the different styles of night shots, that have been changing through the decades. The paper starts by describing the physiology of the human eye, continues with the realisation of night shots and finishes with assumptions for the future.
Immersive Cinema
Marek, Filip ; WEISER, Antonín (advisor) ; FUXJÄGER, Klaus (referee)
This theoretical bachelor thesis aims to analyze “immersive” film from formal and narrative perspective. Immersivity is discussed through three primary elements: image, sound and theme. These categories are exemplified on two highly “immersive” films, Son of Saul (dir. László Nemes) and Gravity (dir. Alfonso Cuarón). The specific aspects of these films are transgressing the film medium itself, evoking physical reactions in spectators and therefore becoming distinct from the “classically” shot films.
The Cinematographer and usage of Adobe CC 2015 software for Effects, editing and grading (Adobe After FX, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Speedgrade)
Votýpka, Vojtěch ; WEISER, Antonín (advisor) ; JÍCHA, Marek (referee)
The cinematographers postproduction, when using complex solution of Adobe CC family film postproduction software, reflexing all the nowdays needs of digital cinema.

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