September 10, 2019 at 9:07AM

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What do you think should be on our syllabus?

I'm an educator who is creating an introductory filmmaking class for high school students. It's a free program, ten two-hour sessions over ten weeks. We're likely to draw students who have never picked up a camera, students who have tried their hand at short filmmaking, and lots of students in between. We have a bit of a budget for equipment, although I'm leaning in the direction of students using phones and iPads as primary cameras, as I doubt we'll be able to fully exploit all that a more sophisticated camera can do in the time allotted. I'd love to hear your thoughts. Help me put together some starting blocks.

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I agree with you

December 17, 2019 at 5:23AM

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Mary R. Rodriguez
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I believe that the program should be made as effective and convenient for everyone as possible. But this kind of training should have more practical lessons, not just theory. If you have problems with this part, you can turn to this source https://pickthewriter.com/ and choose a service that will help you cope with your task and the problem will be solved very quickly. But the practice is very important for the correct assimilation of the material and becoming a professional. Therefore, I think it is worth paying more attention to this.

August 19, 2020 at 7:36PM, Edited August 19, 8:00PM

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Nice.

August 24, 2020 at 10:37AM

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Samuel
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