Data Chaos on set?
Then book your place on our bespoke Digital Imaging Technician (DIT) Training
We’ll show you how to ‘de-chaos’ and order your data! Our in-depth training is aimed at the 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.
There’s practical hands-on experience with several commonly-used and time to talk
to the professionals and ask all those questions you’ve wanted to, preceded by a detailed theoretical session given in the studio.
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.
If this sounds like you then follow the link below and sign up for DIT, hands-on technical training.
The training will be held at the BFI Southbank premier facility on the 26th and 27th of November. Due to the nature of this course places are limited.
For more information and booking details please visit www.hddc.co.uk