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Arts, A/V Technology, and Communication, Grade 9 - 12, Television Production-Photography and Editing, 2009

1.) Use safety skills associated with photography and editing in television production.

2.) Apply aspects of photography and editing to television information-gathering techniques.

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

3.) Differentiate among styles of television photography and editing.

Examples: informative, entertaining, sensational

4.) Utilize photographer and editor public relations skills.

Examples: positive attitude, polite demeanor, effective listening techniques

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

6.) Demonstrate teamwork as a photographer and editor.

Examples: creative content input, team critiques

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

8.) Demonstrate studio camera operation.

9.) Utilize basic audio and lighting techniques.

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

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

12.) Compare photography and editing career options.

Examples: photographer, editor, filmmaker, director

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