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Digital Filmmaking


Digital Filmmaking

Definition

Digital film making uses digital technology in order to record, distribute and screen films, it is filmed by using a digital representation of the brightness and color in each pixel of the image. With the growing popularity of this technology, this career is a very appealing option as it allows to combine the creativity of a filmmaker with the newest technology.

Digital media changes dramatically the way a film is created, and make it possible to appear a huge range of opportunities to innovate, reduce the production and post-production time, and as expected the number of new jobs.

Employment Opportunities

It expects a 11 percent of growing between 2006 and 2016 for careers in this field. There is also a growing demand for film and video entertainment, which makes the opportunities in this field promising. However, the earning potential in this industry is dynamic and depends largely on your education and experience.

Wages

The reports on this issue indicate that a movie director can earn anywhere between $ 17,529 and $ 40,229 per year and film editors can earn between $ 22,412 and $ 39,766 per year. People involved in video editing, which work in laboratories, earn between $ 15,295 and $ 34,359 per year.

Related Occupations

There are a great number of related careers within the film industry, among the careers that a student can choose we can mention: film director, film lighting engineer, sound engineer, video editor, film editor, film lab technician, etc.