Director of Photography free of cost 6 month

Brief Job Description: Individuals at this job need to determine the visual style of the production. They finalise locations and equipment that will be used. During shoots, they guide efforts of the camera crew and collaborate with lighting and grips to capture the desired look for the end-product.

Personal Attributes: This job requires the individual to assess the visual style of

Director of Photography free of cost 6 month

the production. The individual must be creative and detail-oriented. The individual must know and keep updated on the various camera equipment, shooting techniques and mediums. The individual must have excellent communication skills and must possess the ability to guide efforts and work collaboratively. The individual must be flexible and able to make key decisions, keeping in mind the impact on cost and timelines.

Qualifications Pack CodeMES/ Q 0901
Job RoleDirector of Photography This job role is applicable in both national and international scenarios
Credits(NSQF)TBDVersion number1.0
SectorMedia and EntertainmentDrafted on18/03/15
Sub-sectorFilm, Television, AnimationLast reviewed on20/03/18
OccupationCamera OperationsNext review date20/03/20
NSQC Clearance on28/09/2015
Job RoleDirector of Photography (DOP)
Role DescriptionDetermining the visual style of production and achieving the desired look in the end-product.
NSQF level Minimum Educational Qualifications Maximum Educational Qualifications7
Graduate Post-Graduate Degree in Fine Arts, Film
Training (Suggested but not mandatory)Course in Cinematography
Minimum Job Entry Age18 years
Experience5-7 Years of work experience
          Applicable National Occupational Standards (NOS)Compulsory: MES / N 0901 (Determine Visual Style and Prepare Shoot Plan)MES / N 0902 (Carry out Location Recces and Finalize Locations)MES / N 0903 (Recruit Camera Team)MES / N 0904 (Estimate and Procure Camera Equipment)MES / N 0906 (Prepare for Shoot)MES / N 0907 (Operate Camera during Shoot)  Optional: N.A.
Performance CriteriaAs described in the relevant OS units

This unit is about assessing the suitability of various locations and finalising the most appropriate location for shoot

Director of Photography free of cost 6 month

Unit CodeMES / 0902
Unit Title (Task)Carry out Location Recces and Finalise Locations
DescriptionThis OS unit is about assessing the suitability of various locations and finalising the most appropriate location for shoot
ScopeThis unit/task covers the following: Understand requirements of the shootAssess the suitability of a location
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope
ElementPerformance Criteria
Understand requirements of the shootTo be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to: PC1. Understand the requirements of the shoot with respect to the creative look, production requirements, technical infrastructure, power requirements, security needs, ancillary costs etc
Assess the suitability of a locationPC2. Assess the suitability of a studio/location for the shoot in light of the visual style and production needs (it is recommended that the DOP personally visits all key locations) PC3. Note any alterations/changes that will be required to the location, and expected additional costs that would need to be borne PC4. Communicate the changes required to the production team PC5. Evaluate the pros and cons of shooting at different locations, create a shortlist and then finalize why a location should be chosen or rejected
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
A. Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes)The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1. The locations available and/or the sources of finding out suitable locations for shoot KA2. The relevant production staff to reach out to resolve issues and provide clarifications KA3. The ancillary costs involved in selecting the location namely, the cost of transportation, accommodation, storage, security, equipment etc. KA4. The role and contribution of key departments be liaised with, especially lighting and grips where the camera team has the maximum interaction
B. Technical KnowledgeThe user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. How to assess the pros and cons of a location, in light of the visual style, creative and production requirements KB2. The type and dimensions (height, width) of equipment required e.g. cranes, grips, lights, cameras, jibs etc. and any specific requirements that need to be catered for at the location KB3. Climate and environmental factors that may impact the shoot and/or production requirements KB4. Security and other safe-keeping arrangements required at the location

 KB5. The technical infrastructure required for camera, lighting and sound and whether provisions are available at the location KB6. The power needs of production and whether they will be met with at the given location KB7. Applicable health and safety guidelines, and ensuring that the location selected minimizes any risks to the health and safety of the cast and crew
Skills (S) (Optional)
A. Core Skills/ Generic SkillsWriting Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. Document the pros and cons of each location and reasons for choosing/rejecting any location SA2. Document additional technical and equipment needs at the location, for reference of the relevant departments
Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA3. Read about the location, climate and environment factors during the intended shoot duration and time SA4. Read the production budgets to ensure that the location and ancillary costs stay in line
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA5. Liaise with production department to discuss suitability of the location with respect to the production needs, expected problems that might arise, additional requirements, if any SA6. Discuss and confirm the creative and technical requirements of the camera team with the production team SA7. Communicate any health and safety requirements to the production team and assign responsibility for needs to be taken care of
B. Professional SkillsProblem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1.     Identify problems with successful execution at the location and resolve them in consultation with the production team
Decision making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB2.     Decide whether the location is of a suitable size and terrain to allow for production requirements or not SB3.    Decide that technical facilities on location are sufficient to meet camera requirements
Plan and Organize
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB4.    Plan logistics of transportation, access and set-up, and moving from one location to another, are feasible in relation to the production schedule
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB5.     Check/confirm that the location finalized/selected meets project/ customer requirements
Analytical Thinking
 The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB6.     Have a keen eye for detail and maintain an aesthetic sense towards the final output SB7.    Analyze of any changes which may impact upon the production
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB8.     take into consideration the actual conditions likely to prevail during the scheduled shooting time SB9.    Assess the degree of alteration needed to the location SB10. Identify the advantages and disadvantages of locations in conjunction with the production team and other departments as appropriate SB11. Improve work-flow and performance based on feedback received by team members and client

NOS Version Control

NOS CodeMES / N 0902
Credits(NSQF)TBDVersion number01
SectorMedia and EntertainmentDrafted on18/03/15
Sub-sectorFilm, Television, AnimationLast reviewed on20/03/18
OccupationCamera OperationsNext review date20/03/20

Overview

This unit is about selecting and hiring the right camera crew for the shoot

Director of Photography free of cost 6 month

Unit CodeMES / N 0903
Unit Title (Task)Recruit Camera Team
DescriptionThis OS unit is about selecting and hiring the right camera crew for the shoot
ScopeThis unit/task covers the following: Ascertaining the number of people required, duration of involvement and job specifications of each roleShortlist and select appropriate crewFinalize recruitment of crew
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope
ElementPerformance Criteria
Ascertaining the number of people required, duration of involvement and job specifications of each roleTo be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to: PC1. Ascertain the number of people required, duration of involvement and job specifications for each role, keeping in mind: Type of production (Feature films, Television series, Documentaries, Advertisements, Animated Films, Short Films)Type of shoot (single camera or multi-camera)Geography (domestic or international)Locations (studio, indoor, outdoor)Type of equipment that would need to be operated
Shortlist and select appropriate crewPC2. Shortlist profiles and conduct interviews and practical tests to establish a fit for each role by looking at various sources (recruitment agencies, industry bodies/associations, industry databases e.g. IMDB, prior experience and industry/professional network)
Finalize recruitment of crewPC3. Negotiate and finalise candidate salaries within the hiring budget allocated for the camera team PC4. Finalise relevant contractual documentation to complete the hiring process
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
A. Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes)The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1. The creative requirements of the production KA2. The technical, budget and time constraints applicable KA3. The role and contribution of key departments be liaised with, especially lighting and grips where the camera team has the maximum interaction
B. Technical KnowledgeThe user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. How to identify the skills, competencies and outcomes required for each role from the script and on the basis of the creative and technical requirements of production KB2. How to evaluate and select the most suitable source(s) for recruitment KB3. How to judge the strengths, weaknesses and suitability of candidates against the job specifications of each role KB4. The types of practical tests that can be conducted to gauge the suitability of candidates for each job role and manner of conducting them KB5. The current salary range applicable to each role in the market KB6. How to negotiate on salaries, to ensure the hiring is completed within the budget KB7. Applicable health and safety guidelines
Skills (S) (Optional)
A. Core Skills/ Generic SkillsWriting Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. Document job specifications including the skills, competencies and outcomes of each role SA2. Document records of the hiring process e.g. profiles screened, profiles interviewed, assessments conducted, reasons for selection/rejection SA3. Complete relevant contractual documentation
Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA4.    Read and understand the script and production requirements thoroughly SA5. Screen profiles on the basis of the job specifications established for each role
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA6. Discuss and finalise the hiring budget in collaboration with the Producer and Director SA7. Discuss the requirements and specifications for each role with the Producer and Director SA8. Discuss the shortlisted profiles with the Producer and Director to aid final selection and to establish a match with requirements SA9. Maintain a good relationship with various recruitment sources and a strong network within the industry
B. Professional SkillsDecision Making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. Make decision on the number of people required SB2. Select people who meet the required skills and competencies expected of each role
Plan and Organise
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB3. Complete hiring according to the requirements and within agreed timelines SB4. Manage within the agreed budget and minimize overruns
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to:
 SB5. clarify the requirements of the production with director/ producer/ production manager to ensure the correct resources are available at the right time throughout the shoot
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB6. Where/when it is necessary, in accordance with production requirements, to arrange the booking/recruitment of camera staff with specific or specialist skills.
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: SB7. The team recruited meets all the technical and creative project requirements.
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB8. Encourage and enable effective liaison between relevant personnel in the camera department and all other relevant personnel to successfully achieve production requirements.

NOS Version Control

NOS CodeMES / N 0903
Credits(NSQF)TBDVersion number01
SectorMedia and EntertainmentDrafted on18/03/15
Sub-sectorFilm, Television, AnimationLast reviewed on20/03/18
OccupationCamera OperationsNext review date20/03/20

Overview

This unit is about estimating the total equipment requirement and procuring the right camera equipment for the shoo

Unit CodeMES / N 0904
Unit Title (Task)Estimate and Procure Camera Equipment
DescriptionThis OS unit is about estimating the total equipment requirement and procuring the right camera equipment for the shoot
ScopeThis unit/task covers the following: Estimating camera equipment requirements for shootProcuring camera equipment for shoot
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope
ElementPerformance Criteria
Estimating cameraTo be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to: PC1. Identify the type of camera equipment that would be best suited to produce the required visual style of production PC2. Estimate the quantity of equipment required and list out the specifications
equipment
requirements for
shoot
Procuring camera equipment for shootPC3. Collaborate with equipment vendors to source the equipment in advance, to meet shoot schedules PC4. Test the equipment for damages/defects and arrange for replacements, if required
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
A. Organizational ContextThe user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1. The equipment that can be sourced in-house and that needs to be sourced through a vendor KA2. The role and contribution of key departments be liaised with, especially lighting and grips where the camera team has the maximum interaction
(Knowledge of the
company /
organization and
its processes)
B. Technical KnowledgeThe user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. How to identify camera equipment and stock requirements that would meet the creative and technical requirements of production KB2. The right date, time and place for delivery based on the shoot schedules KB3. How to test the equipment on delivery to ensure that it is in working condition and there are no damages/defects KB4. How to handle the equipment safely KB5. Any special requirements for the equipment e.g. temperature control, magnetic field control etc. that may be required KB6. How to select the most appropriate equipment vendor that would provide the equipment with the desired specifications KB7.   Applicable health and safety guidelines, and ensuring that the equipment selected minimizes any risks to the health and safety of the cast and crew
Skills (S) (Optional)
A. Core Skills/ Generic SkillsWriting Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. Document, track and monitor the list of camera equipment with desired specifications SA2. Document damages/defects on testing the equipment and complete relevant documentation for replacements, if required
Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA3. Read the shoot schedules to ensure that the equipment arrives before the shoot dates specified SA4. Keep updated on the various types of cameras, lenses and equipment available in the market and read about the specifications and usage in different shoot situations
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA5. Discuss and clarify requirements with the production department, to ensure that the equipment sourced is sufficient and meets production needs SA6. Maintain a good relationship with equipment vendors/suppliers
B. Professional SkillsDecision Making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1.     Select the camera equipment that will be used throughout the duration of the shoot
Plan and Organise
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB2.     Procure equipment according to the requirements and within agreed timelines SB3.    Manage within the agreed budget and minimize overruns
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB4.     Identify any problems with successful execution of the task and resolve them in consultation with the production team SB5.    ensure that appropriate camera testing has been carried out
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB6.     Guide/advise production team as to where the equipment can be supplied from and SB7.      book resources as early as possible
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know : SB8    Identifed camera equipment meets the technical and artistic requirements of production and is available within budgetary and time constraints
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know : SB9.    Determine the impact of the chosen equipment on the production and post- production process.

NOS Version Control

NOS CodeMES / N 0904
Credits(NSQF)TBDVersion number01
SectorMedia and EntertainmentDrafted on18/03/15
Sub-sectorFilm, Television, AnimationLast reviewed on20/03/18
OccupationCamera OperationsNext review date20/03/20

Overview

This unit is about deciding the shot framing and composition, marking out the camera positions and carrying out rehearsals prior to shoot

 
Unit Code
MES/ N 0906
Unit Title (Task)Prepare for Shoots
DescriptionThis OS unit is about deciding the shot framing and composition, marking out the camera positions and carrying out rehearsals prior to shoot
ScopeThis unit/task covers the following: Understanding the focus requirements for different types of shotsLay out marks on the set/props/floor to define artist paths and refine camera positions/focus lengths during rehearsalsMarking out the focus lengths for each position
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope
ElementPerformance Criteria
Understanding the focus requirements for different types of shotsPC1. Establish, or support in establishing, the focus requirements for shots (eg: pan, tilt, tracking, static, zoom, close-up, wide-shot, master shot, high/low, angle shot, long shot and mid shot), based on the creative and technical requirements of production
Lay out marks on the set/props/floor to define artist paths and refine camera positions/focus lengths during rehearsalsPC2. Mark, or support in marking, the focus lengths/angle based on the required composition (eg: positioning of elements within a frame), perspective (eg: point of view) and aspect ratio (eg:relationship between width and height)
Marking out the focus lengths for each positionPC3. Prepare, or support in preparing, a focus path for a sequence depending on the movement, timing, start and finish points during shoots PC4. Report potential issues to the Producer and Director and relevant teams for rectification
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
A. Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes)The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1.   Understand the overall style and creative aspects of the production KA2. The role and contribution of key departments be liaised with, especially lighting and grips where the camera team has the maximum interaction
B. Technical KnowledgeThe user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. The principles of cinematography KB2. Understanding of optical theory KB3. Understanding of still photography would be an added advantage KB4. Principles of composition and continuity KB5. The focus requirements and camera position(s) for each shot
 KB6. The relationship between the distance of the camera from the subject, the height at which the camera is placed and movements and how these effect the shot composition KB7. The aspect ratio required for each shoot and the aspect ratio in which the final product will be seen by the audience KB8. How to judge focus lengths to ensure that the shot view will be sharp and achieves the desired framing and composition KB9. How to frame shots to ensure continuity and seamless transition from one shot to another KB10. The various types of cameras, lenses and equipment available in the market KB11. How to update operating skills on new cameras, lenses and equipments in the market KB12. How to test cameras, lenses and equipment and discover faults, if any KB13. How to place cameras according to production requirements in case of multi- camera shoots KB14. How to place set, props and equipment so as to capture the required frame in the shot and ensuring that they do not obstruct the camera view KB15. The mood of each shot and determine shot requirements accordingly KB16. How to measure the distance between the artists/objects/subjects and the camera(s) to ensure the shot gets taken correctly KB17. How to observe for continuity issues that may impact actual shoots KB18. Test focus lengths to ensure they have been set properly KB19. The limitations on camera movements – based on the positioning of the camera, sets, props and equipment during shoots KB20. Applicable health and safety guidelines, and ensuring that any risks to the health and safety of the cast and crew are minimised
Skills (S) (Optional)
A. Core Skills/ Generic SkillsWriting Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. Note the specifications for each shot – camera distance, height, focus length, aspects ratios, timing, start and finish points etc. to refer to during the shoot SA2. Notes for the director, DOP and production team that would help them guide the movement of artists, props and equipment during shoot
Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA3. Read and understand the script in detail
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA4. Understand and clarify requirements during production recces and meetings SA5. Discuss the creative and visual requirements of the shot with the DOP and producer SA6. Agree on the positioning of the shot with the DOP, production team and artists SA7. Discuss the camera path and timing with the camera and production teams, discuss problems and modifications required SA8. Communicate any problems that may affect the desired composition SA9. Guide the artists on their movements and timing
B. Professional SkillsPlan and Organise
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. Plan work according to the requirements and agreed timelines SB2. Manage within the agreed budget and minimize overruns SB3.   Understand shot break up and plan effort and time required for each element of the shot
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB4.     How to discover and resolve any technical problems which may affect composition SB5.     Allocate responsibilities to the available personnel/team members depending on their skills
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB6.     Judge the focal distance/lengths required for each shot to ensure that the picture is sharp and captures all the creative elements required in the frame
Decision making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB7.     Make decisions in order to be able to work collectively and independently, where required
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB8.     Plan and prioritise work as per the client/project requirements.
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB9.     Identify the requirements of the production to ensure the correct resources are available at the right time throughout the shoot

NOS Version Control

NOS CodeMES / N 0906
Credits(NSQF)TBDVersion number01
SectorMedia and EntertainmentDrafted on18/03/15
Sub-sectorFilm, Television, AnimationLast reviewed on20/03/18
OccupationCamera OperationsNext review date20/03/20

OverviewThis unit is about executing camera movements while maintaining the shot framing and composition

Unit CodeMES/ N 0907
Unit Title (Task)Operate Camera during Shoot
DescriptionThis OS unit is about executing camera movements while maintaining the shot framing and composition
ScopeThis unit/task covers the following: Pull focus and operate cameras during shoots
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope
ElementPerformance Criteria
Pull focus and operate cameras during shootsTo be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to: PC1. Focus and refocus the camera lenses for each shot PC2. Advise actors and performers regarding movement and positions PC3. Make modifications to the focus path, if required, based on any changes in the artists movements PC4. Execute camera movements established during rehearsals according to the instructions received by the DOP while maintaining the focus length for each shot PC5. Ensure that the creative and technical quality of the shoot meets the desired production and post production standards
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
A. Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes)The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1.   Understand the overall style and creative aspects of the production KA2. The role and contribution of key departments be liaised with, especially lighting and grips where the camera team has the maximum interaction
B. Technical KnowledgeThe user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. The principles of cinematography KB2. Understanding of still photography would be an added advantage KB3. Principles of composition KB4. The mood of each shot and determine shot requirements accordingly KB5. How the camera position, angle, placement and movement affect the perspective and required depth in the shot KB6. Ensure that each shot is in focus KB7. How to frame the image keeping in mind the visual style, creative and technical requirements of the production KB8. Move the camera on the path charted maintaining the required timing for the shot KB9. How to maintain a steady image during camera movements KB10. How to maintain continuity for shots taken in a sequence KB11. Applicable health and safety guidelines, and ensuring that any risks to the health and safety of the cast and crew are minimised
Skills (S) (Optional)
A. Core Skills/ Generic SkillsReading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1.   Refer and conform to the camera specification notes prepared
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA2. Guide actors and artistes during shoot on their movement and timing SA3. Communicate any problem areas and ensure they get resolved by the relevant teams SA4. Collaborate with the different departments, especially with the lighting and grips department, to achieve the desired technical and creative quality of the image
Writing Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA5. maintain records on script of exact start and stop points for each take SA6. maintain records of all comments, mistakes, and inconsistencies, and if applicable the reasons for curtailing takes
B. Professional SkillsPlan and Organise
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. Plan work according to the requirements and agreed timelines SB2. Manage within the agreed budget and minimize overruns SB3. Make the crew aware of the production schedule and keep them informed of any changes SB4. Act as a focal point for communication between the crew and the production team, and other departments
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB5.            How to resolve any technical problems during shoot SB6.     mediate in any conflict of interest between members of the team and others involved in the production
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB7.    resolve any conflicts of interest between members of the team and give feedback and advice to members of the crew
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB8.    each shot meets the aesthetic and technical requirements of the production
Decision making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB9.    seek effective solutions when natural lighting conditions are causing problems
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB10. monitor the programme output to ensure that the overall result is compatible and consistent with the agreed style of the production

NOS Version Control

NOS CodeMES / N 0907
Credits(NSQF)TBDVersion number01
SectorMedia and EntertainmentDrafted on18/03/15
Sub-sectorFilm, Television, AnimationLast reviewed on20/03/18
OccupationCamera OperationsNext review date20/03/20

NOS Version Control

NOS CodeMES / N 0104
Credits(NSQF)TBDVersion number01
SectorMedia and EntertainmentDrafted on18/03/15
Sub-sectorFilm, Television, AnimationLast reviewed on20/03/18
OccupationCamera OperationsNext review date20/03/20

The following acronyms/codes have been used in the nomenclature above:

Sub-sectorRange of Occupation numbers
SequenceDescriptionExample
Three lettersMedia and EntertainmentMES
Slash//
Next letterWhether QP or NOSQ
Next two numbersCamera06
Next two numbersQP number01

CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT OF TRAINEES

Job Role: Director of Photography

Qualification Pack: MES Q 0901

Sector Skill Council: Media and Entertainment Skills Council

 NOSNOS NAMEWeightage
1MES N 0901Determine the Visual Style and Prepare Shoot Plan20%
2MES N 0902Carry out Location Recces and Finalise Locations20%
3MES N 0903Recruit Camera Team15%
4MES N 0904Estimate and Procure Camera Equipment15%
5MES N 0906Prepare for Shoots10%
6MES N 0907Operate Camera during Shoot15%
7MES N 0104Maintain workplace health and safety5%
   100%
Guidelines for Assessment:
  1. Criteria for assessment for each Qualification Pack will be created by the Sector Skill Council. Each Performance Criteria (PC) will be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay down proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical for each PC.
2. The assessment for the theory & Practical part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the AA and approved by SSC.
3. Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each examination/training center (as per assessment criteria below)
4. Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each examination/training center based on this criteria.
5. To pass the Qualification Pack , every trainee should score a minimum of 70% cumulatively (Theory and Practical).
6. In case of unsuccessful completion, the trainee may seek reassessment on the Qualification Pack
  Assessment Outcomes  Assessment Criteria for outcomes  Total MarkMarks Allocation
Out Of  TheorySkills Practical
    MES / N 0901 (Determine the Visual Style and Prepare Shoot Plan)PC1.      Interpret the visual style of the end- product through a detailed review of the script and through discussions with the producer and director          100      30      15          50
PC2.      Devise creative ideas and finalize the visual style of the production  30  15
PC3.      Plan and finalize the day-wise shoot plan, keeping in mind the impact on the production budget, timelines and technical viability      20      10
PC4. Prepare continuity guidelines for other departments  20  10
  Total1005050
  Assessment Outcomes  Assessment Criteria for outcomes  Total MarkMarks Allocation
Out Of  TheorySkills Practical
  MES / N 0902 (Carry out Location Recces and Finalize Locations)PC1.      Assess the suitability of a studio/location for the shoot in light of the visual style and production needs (it is recommended that the DOP personally visits all key locations)            100        30        15            50
PC2.      Evaluate the pros and cons of shooting at the location and reasons why it should be chosen or rejected    30    15
PC3.      Assess any alterations/changes that will be required and expected additional costs that would need to be borne    20    10
PC4.      Communicate the changes required to the production team  20  10
  Total1005050
  Assessment Outcomes  Assessment Criteria for outcomes  Total MarkMarks Allocation
Out Of  TheorySkills Practical
  MES / N 0903 (Recruit Camera Team)PC1.      Ascertain the number of people required and duration of involvement for each role          100    30    15          50
PC2.      Shortlist profiles and conduct interviews and practical tests to establish a fit for each role    30    15
PC3.      Negotiate and finalize candidate salaries within the hiring budget allocated for the camera team    20    10
PC4.      Finalize relevant contractual documentation to complete the hiring process    20    10
  Total1005050
  Assessment Outcomes  Assessment Criteria for outcomes  Total MarkMarks Allocation
Out Of  TheorySkills Practical
  MES / N 0904 (Estimate and Procure Camera Equipment)PC1.      Identify the type of camera equipment that would be best suited to produce the required visual style of production          100      20      10          50
PC2.      Estimate the quantity of equipment required and list out the specifications  20  10
PC3.      Collaborate with equipment vendors to source the equipment in advance, to meet shoot schedules    30    15
PC4.      Test the equipment for damages/defects and arrange for replacements, if required    30    15
  Total1005050
  Assessment Outcomes  Assessment Criteria for outcomes  Total MarkMarks Allocation
Out Of  TheorySkills Practical
        MES / N 0906 (Prepare for Shoots)PC1.      Establish the focus requirements for each shot, based on the creative and technical requirements of production (DOP)              100    30    15              50
PC2.      Mark the focus lengths/angle based on the required composition i.e. positioning of elements within a frame, perspective i.e. point of view and aspect ratio i.e. relationship between width and height (Camera assistant)          30          15
PC3.      Prepare a focus path for a sequence depending on the movement, timing, start and finish points during shoots (Camera operator and assistant)      20      10
PC4.      Report potential issues to the Producer and Director and relevant teams for rectification (DOP and Camera operator)    20    10
  Total1005050
  Assessment Outcomes  Assessment Criteria for outcomes  Total MarkMarks Allocation
Out Of  TheorySkills Practical
    MES / N 0907 (Operate Camera during Shoot)PC1.      Focus and refocus the camera lenses for each shot (Camera Assistant)              100  20  10              50
PC2.      Advise actors and performers regarding movement and positions  10  5
PC3.      Make modifications to the focus path, if required, based on any changes in the artists movements (Camera Assistant)    30    15
PC4.      Execute camera movements established during rehearsals according to the instructions received by the DOP while maintaining the focus length for each shot (Camera Operator)        20        10
PC5.      Ensure that the creative and technical quality of the shoot meets the desired production and post production standards (DOP)      20      10
  Total1005050
Assessment outcomes  Assessment criteria for outcomesMarks Allocation
Total markOut ofTheorySkills Practical
 PC1. Understand and comply with the                                        100105                                        50
 organisation’s current health, safety and  
 security policies and procedures  
 PC2. Understand the safe working practices105
 pertaining to own occupation  
 PC3. Understand the government norms53
 and policies relating to health and safety  
 including emergency procedures for illness,  
 accidents, fires or others which may  
 involve evacuation of the premises  
 PC4. Participate in organization health and52
 safety knowledge sessions and drills  
 PC5. Identify the people responsible for105
 health and safety in the workplace,  
 including those to contact in case of an  
 emergency  
 PC6. Identify security signals e.g. fire105
MES/ N 0104 (Maintain workplace healthalarms and places such as staircases, fire warden stations, first aid and medical rooms  
PC7. Identify aspects of your workplace105
and safetythat could cause potential risk to own and  
Description)others health and safety  
PC8. Ensure own personal health and105
 safety, and that of others in the workplace  
 though precautionary measures  
 PC9. Identify and recommend53
 opportunities for improving health, safety,  
 and security to the designated person  
 PC10. Report any hazards outside the105
 individual’s authority to the relevant  
 person in line with organizational  
 procedures and warn other people who  
 may be affected  
 PC11. Follow organization’s emergency105
 procedures for accidents, fires or any other  
 natural calamity in case of a hazard  
 PC12. Identify and correct risks like illness,52
 accidents, fires or any other natural  
 calamity safely and within the limits of  
 individual’s authority  
  Total1005050

Terms & Conditions of Offline Class

Offline Class —(Totally Free Of Cost)

Offline class Its mean you Direct Go to Our Institute and Take admission there, after the admission you have to join direct class

there is a totally free of cost no charge ,, even you will get Rs 50 every day from Government

every day , There Is a three Time Of classes

a) 8:00am to 12:00pm

b)12:00pm to 4:00pm

c)4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

you can take any time for class regarding your needs , you have to select any one time for regular attending the class

But one thing Must be Remember you have to attain at least 80% of total class, As example if class is 180 days then you have to attain minimum 150 days , other wise your registration will be cancel, and you cant sit on exam and you will also not get certificate

Terms & Conditions of Online Class

Online Class Time – 12:00 pm to 01:00pm ( Two Days In a Week ) , If You have No Time at 12: 00 pm then You can see the class before 8:00 pm after that your attendance will be close,

Online Class And Mark sheet Details

Online Class And Mark sheet Details,

 All over India GPRS Studio Provide you Free Online Class And Free Certificate..

Online Classes are Totally Free for All Indian, You can Attend Our Online Classes in Youtube Channel GPRS Studio at home by your Phone /Laptop/ Mobile/Computer etc .

Its total 6 Months Class .. Two days In a Week ,

If you Need Certificate the you should have to attended all Classes Regularly Time to Time  and  And Share A Registration Number For your Attendance, Which we will provide you after complete admission. When Your 80% Attendance will be Complete then You should attend Assessment or Exam For Certificate And Mark sheet.

There Are Some Terms And conditions to eligible for Certificate And Mark sheet

  1. Need 80% Online Class Attendance By Registration Number
  2. attend Online Exam and Interview
  3. You Have To Pay Certificate Currier Charge Rs 2000 (Two thousand Rupees Only)

Charges

Only You have to pay Rs 2000/-(two thousand Rupees Only ) For The Certificate Courier Charge,

When you selected For Free Certificate And Mark sheet Or pay based Certificate And Mark sheet then your government registration process will be start , We give you a Registration Certificate , When you Will Start Your Online Class Every Day you will Put The Registration number With Us for attendance.

As Example Registration Certificate will be like the

This Certificate is valid for All India Government and private both sector and this certificate is also valid 129 Countries of The World, And by this certificate you can Attend All ou  interviews  And job Section ..

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.