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With so much video in the world today, and more and more importance attached to it; it is crucial that students learn good video production techniques. It is not as simple as point and shoot. What is the light source? What is in the frame? What is the background? What is not seen? Why does it matter that you are shooting this particular object or scene? How can your movie change the world for the better? Why should someone watch your movie and not the next person's? All these questions can be answered, but students will need cameras to demonstrate their learning.

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With so much video in the world today, and more and more importance attached to it; it is crucial that students learn good video production techniques. It is not as simple as point and shoot. What is the light source? What is in the frame? What is the background? What is not seen? Why does it matter that you are shooting this particular object or scene? How can your movie change the world for the better? Why should someone watch your movie and not the next person's? All these questions can be answered, but students will need cameras to demonstrate their learning.

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