Graphic designer, Cinematographer , Animator, ....

Multimedia or Interactive media is the field identified with computer-controlled coordination of writings, illustrations, drawings, sound, and activities. Data or content can be carefully addressed in this field as compared to traditional media.
 
Professionals engaged in this field must be thorough site advancement programmes like Adobe Creative Suite, which incorporates Photoshop, Flash, and Illustrator. Multimedia Designers have a bright future of joining different kinds of media, including text, pictures, sound, and video, to convey data to the people. The can make use of some of the best opportunities in the market today as design and multimedia is a very much in-demand field. It has a plethora of lucrative job opportunities for aspirants.
 
From sites to TV and films, and computer games to intelligent learning programming, multimedia designers utilize their abilities in visual communication, movement, and innovation to make items that engage and deliver.
 
Duties of a multimedia designer
  • Meet the client to decide the extent of a project
  • Use computerized representation, photograph editing programming, and format programming to make plans
  • Send drafts to take updates from the client regarding the project.
  • Make visuals like logos, unique pictures, and artworks to help deliver a message
  • Plan designs, including choice of shadings, and pictures
  • Present plan ideas to clients
  • Do changes according to the client
  • Being updated with all the upcoming technological advancements in this field.
  • Plan all the ups and downs and aim for a smoother project completion.
 
Types of jobs in the Multimedia Sector-
As it is a very vast sector, every type of opportunity is available including photography, cinematography, designing, editing and more. The sector of multimedia functions the same as the movie industry. The challenges in this sector are very much comparable to the entertainment industry. To sustain in it, you must accept that a huge amount of planning, as well as editing, goes into the final product. Three minutes of high-quality media could take few months of 50 hour weeks to create. There will be times when you’ll get tired of this work and will think about the hundreds of other things that you could do but at the end of the day, you’ll be happy that this hassle will pay off one day as you’re working for your passion. The main benefit is that you get to work in a creative field and make people happy.
 
  1. Graphic Designer –
Graphic media is important to market and sell almost all products, and it is a basic part of flyers and logos as well. Hence, designers regularly work closely with individuals in companies. You can work as a graphic designer through freelancing as well. 
 
Designers have some expertise in a specific class or kind of client. For instance, a few creators make the illustrations for social media posts, and on the other hand few work for product packaging. Graphic designers need to keep up with the latest software and their systems.
Graphic designers must have a bachelor’s degree in Arts. People applying for graphic design positions should have a portfolio that has a record of their past creations.
 
A few people with a foundation in visual depiction become educators and teach in schools and colleges. On the other hand, some work with multinational companies as product designers, and few work as freelancers as well.
 
  1. Videographer/Cinematographer –
Videographers sit with directors and teams to create the whole plot and idea of a film or TV. They read the script and then work accordingly to set the mood, ambiance, shot and angle of the film. Cinematographers are also involved in post-production processes. Their job involves –
  • To sit and discuss the storyline with the director and to cover all aspects of the project.
  • Organizing small trips at the shoot location to discuss the whole idea including angle, sun direction, facilities and production.
  • Choosing and renting required lenses, body, tools, and team.
  • Visiting shooting sites and taking a couple of test shots before finalizing on the angles, filers, framing, equipment, lighting, and techniques that will be used to create the ambiance of the film.
  • Finalizing the look, make-up, and hair, as well as the use of colour on the set.
  • Training crew to safely use new and modified equipment.
  • Make sure every piece of equipment is up to date and should meet the client’s expectations.
 
Types of skills required in this sector –
To have a thriving career in this field, you need the right set of skills. Here is a list of some skills employers are looking for today:
 
  • Communication-
Having good communication skills will give you a clear advantage while dealing with clients. A proper discussion will happen as you will be able to clear out all the doubts regarding the project. If you want the project to be a successful one, discuss all the ideas with the client and maintain a healthy relationship with them.
 
  • Creativity- 
Imagination is one of, if not the main, expertise for designers. All things considered, it's difficult to think novel thoughts and inventive plans on the off chance that you don't have a clue how to take advantage of your innovative assets. Having a visual eye is fundamental regardless of what medium you work in
 
  • Research-
Research the topic on which you will work. You should not feel hesitant to go online for references. Knowing what to look for and how to get what you want. This will make you more confident.
 
  • Software Knowledge-
Your capability to use a particular software gives you more benefits as you’ll be able to effectively create anything you want. Regular practice and smooth functions are essential as you will be working with software like Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator daily.
 
 
  • Networking-
Meeting new people will increase your circle which will help you in getting more projects and will help you to learn new skills as well. You’ll get to know about other’s sides and you’ll get more ideas related to your craft.
 
Job positions in design and multimedia sector –
  • Graphic designer
  • Cinematographer
  • Animator
  • Logo designer
  • Video maker