With the accumulated experience of more than 30 years in the training of cinematographers and creators of cinematographic universes, ESCAC is taking on a new exciting challenge: to redefine traditional photographic teaching and revolutionise the way of learning photography in the 21st century through the mastery of technique, creative singularity and the experience accumulated in the training of thousands of filmmakers.
The Master’s Degree in Photographic and New AV Formats will train you to be a creator of images adapted to the new demands of production with agile and reduced teams, with creativity as a hallmark, both in still photography and in film and video.
The world is changing at a rapid pace and the sector demands agile professionals with style, discourse and control of different formats to connect with their audience or clients.
The Master’s Degree is made up of theoretical-practical subjects, workshops and masterclasses divided into 3 quarterly modules lasting a total of 9 months. With the content developed in each of the modules, the student must be able to carry out various practices and produce the Final Master’s Thesis (TFM) in its different formalisations.
The objective of the master’s degree is to train professionals who can hybridise both photographic formats and projects and the new demands of the sector in videographic formats such as fashion films, video clips, brand content…..
The student will acquire all the necessary tools and skills to create a project from scratch to its final exhibition or delivery. At the end of the master’s degree they will be able to plan and conceptualise a project from the most classical to the most innovative.
The Master is clearly focused on the technical and conceptual learning of still photography and feeds back and complements the great previous experience of ESCAC in the cinematographic sector, providing as a great novelty the hybridisation of photographic and cinematographic formats in new audiovisual formats with great professional opportunities.
Documentaries, visual branding for social networks, fashion films, video clips and experimental pieces will be hybridised in an apprenticeship with real filming, using the latest technologies.
Through multiple practices and workshops on set and on location, students will learn to handle themselves with ease in the technical aspect in order to be able to develop with full capacity in the different disciplines they decide to face later on.
Among others, commercial, editorial, documentary and creative facets will be addressed, projecting ourselves as authors, beyond traditional photography, providing our own differentiated way of narrating.
University graduates in Audiovisual Communication, Fine Arts or other university-level qualifications related to the audiovisual field and new narratives.
Artists and professionals in the photographic, cinematographic or audiovisual sector who want to deepen their knowledge of photography and its editing, production and dissemination tools.
Students who want to enter the world of photography and then opt for one of the master’s degrees that ESCAC offers in this area.
To apply for the Master’s Degree, applicants must present:
Portfolios and previous projects in different photographic, artistic and commercial fields will be valued, but no professional experience is required to access the Master.
It is necessary for students to have their own photographic equipment.