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What are the most important concepts or processes you learned in this workshop? How will you apply these concepts in your educational, personal, or professional pursuits? Provide any additional
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It's quite obvious that you're asking Weegy to complete your homework assignment. [ [ How can you expect an AI or even a Weegy expert to answer a question about a Workshop that you haven't explained (or named), when neither Weegy nor the expert has taken the workshop? ] ]
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1.What are the most important concepts or processes you learned in this workshop?
Weegy: When you want to create interesting story (for you and for everybody else) you have to be creative and use your imagination. You have to decide which kind of photos are the most interesting (you don’t have to show everything). [ Story should be clearly and easy to understand, without redundant and unnecessary information (you should think about describes, kind of font, colouring, visual information). Story should be short (not longer than 3 minutes). Also track and sound have a paramount meaning (sounds giving a new meaning, emphasize video’s character). ] (More)
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