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Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication (2009)
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1.) Use safety skills associated with photography and editing in television production.

Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication (2009)
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2.) Apply aspects of photography and editing to television information-gathering techniques.

Examples: video and audio consent, fact confirmation, Internet use, copyright laws

Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication (2009)
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3.) Differentiate among styles of television photography and editing.

Examples: informative, entertaining, sensational

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4.) Utilize photographer and editor public relations skills.

Examples: positive attitude, polite demeanor, effective listening techniques

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5.) Describe ethical decisions made by the photographer and editor in television production.

Examples: shot selection, sound bite editing, abiding by libel laws, seeking formal permission

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6.) Demonstrate teamwork as a photographer and editor.

Examples: creative content input, team critiques

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7.) Combine basic setup, picture composition, and camera movement for a field camera operation.

Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication (2009)
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8.) Demonstrate studio camera operation.

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9.) Utilize basic audio and lighting techniques.

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10.) Demonstrate advanced editing skills using linear and nonlinear editing equipment, including the use of control track, time code, and audio post-production.

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11.) Solve photography and editing problems in a regularly-scheduled television program.

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12.) Compare photography and editing career options.

Examples: photographer, editor, filmmaker, director

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