I have learned basic tools and incorporated them into RCTV.
What are those skills? Not really interested in you listing the cool thing you can do in After Effects... but what interpersonal and/or work skills have you gained or grown that have prepared you to be creative with the RCTV edits?
I learned that you are going to have to work with people that you might not like.
A2.1 Demonstrate skill in the manipulation of digital imagery (either still or video) in an
The hardest thing for me to do is edit the force, it is hard and tedious, editing a lightsaber is easy and tedious.
Editing can help you express creativity through deception.
Planning is important because when you go and film without knowing what you are going to film will make your film look bad. I also learned how to use music at right times.
I want to go to Chico State, I am editing videos as a hobby, if I do want to become a producer or writer, then I will take the college that was discussed.
Three-point-lighting allows you to add meaning to a scene, it sets the tone.
I am noticing in films why some decisions are made and why some camera angles are used.
What made the suspense more intense was the knowledge and attachment of the characters.
I feel that we have a handle on RCTV, we're running out of ideas and special effects though. Leave a suggestion in the suggestion box in the "RCTV" tab.
Kudos to you for being best editor
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