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  • The Negative Aspects Of Film Editing

    A film editor organizes the various shots obtained by the director into sequence in order to tell the director and writer’s story. In early film, editors would work with raw film combining the many shots into sequences resulting in motion pictures. Today’s editors have the advantage of digital film and editing software such as Adobe Premiere. Editing does not end at sequencing the shots. The editor must add the sound to the sequences of shots. The editor will add recorded dialogue, and…

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  • Sherry Ricchiardi: The Ethical Issue Of Manipulating Newspapers

    today’s society journalists and editors play a large role in providing the public with credible information; however when it comes to photographs, when does the public know if they are saying the truth? At this moment in time it’s very easy for journalists and editors to manipulate pictures and images which rises speculations among the people. Manipulating an image or photo has plenty of ethical issues which are that people can lose their trust in the journalists/editors and lose credibility in…

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  • John Rawls Veil Of Ignorance Case Study

    apply to society" (Sanger & Rossiter, 2011, p.380). This means that before making a decision, you must put yourself in the shoes of every person involved to try to find a solution that benefits everyone equally. If I were in the situation of the editor and had a to fix an overtime problem the first step for me would be to completely remove myself from the equation and make an objective decision by considering the impact that my decision would make on everyone…

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  • Essay On Movie Editing

    “the art, technique, and practice of assembling shots into a coherent sequence” on Wikipedia. While actors and directors gain fame and fortune from feature films, the editors get little recognition for their hard work that makes movie exciting. Without these editors, movies would be a dull, never-ending scene with a lot dead space. Editors are able to craft a film to evoke any emotions that they want, simply by changing the timing of the shot. Film editing is almost as old as film itself, the…

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  • Mental Health Counselor Research Paper

    Editor vs. Mental Health Counselor When I was young, I had the dream of being a veterinarian. I was passionate about the well-being of animals, and was told I could be anything I wanted to be if I just believed in it. Upon learning that the sight of blood made me nauseous, I realized that wasn’t true in the least and that I must find an occupation that I have the skills for. After doing research on many careers that I am interested in, I have deduced that either a career as an editor or a mental…

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  • Henrietta Lacks: A Brief Biography

    (Biography.com Editors), and was affectionately known as “Hennie” (Brown). She was raised by her grandfather and lived with her cousin, David Lacks (Biography.com Editors). Henrietta worked as a tobacco farmer along with her family (Zielinski), and she also sold tobacco at auctions (Brown). She attended school up until sixth grade (Brown). Henrietta and her cousin Lacks later got married and had a total of 5 children. She had her first child when she was only 14 years of age (Biography.com…

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  • The Devil Wears Prada Analysis

    aspects in being editor-in-chief of a fashion magazine (as depicted by the film). The Devil Wears Prada painfully breaks down what it is like to be centerfold and thrusted into the middle of the high-fashion world (as a person with no idea about fashion). Many of these biases are articulated through the book the movie was based off, The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger, who was formerly a part of the world of high-fashion as an assistant herself, to the prestigious Vogue magazine…

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  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning Research Paper

    age twelve (Biography.com Editors). The life and work of Elizabeth Barrett Browning were characterized by her unique education, suppressed lifestyle, and religious devotion. Elizabeth Barrett Browning was born on March 6,1806 at Coxhoe located in Durham, England (Biography.com Editors). Her father was Edward Barrett…

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  • Fidel Castro: A Disobedient Kid

    wanted. Fidel Castro, as a child, has been distinguished to be serious, hateful and mean, but he was really just a boy who was trying to find out who he really is. On August 13, 1926 Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz was born in Biran, Cuba (Biography.com Editors 1 and 3). Even though Fidel says his birthday is August 13, 1926, his sisters say he was…

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  • Narrative Techniques In The Film 'Black Hawk Down'

    People used to breathe fast when they are afraid from something, and when they are tired or when they feel cold. So the editor deliberately focused on the breathing parts to show us how tired and afraid the soldiers they were. Moreover the sound effects presented when the soliders were walking. The editor wants to show us how strong they are, so he made the sound higher in every step. He wanted to show us the floor shaking in every time they walk, because they…

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