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    GALLERY: Students learn about filmmaking, photography, broadcasting at Waterville conference - Morning Sentinel photo by Amy Calder | of | Share this photo

    Shannon Moss, a broadcast journalist, gives feedback Saturday to Waterville Senior High School senior Gabe Ferris at the Maine Student Film & Video Conference at Mid-Maine Technical Center in Waterville.

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    Cooper Boardman runs a teleprompter Saturday during a workshop on TV news during the Maine Student Film & Video Conference at Mid Maine Technical Center in Waterville.

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    Jing Russell, of Ellsworth, watches examples of famous animated scenes during the animation workshop Saturday at the Maine Student Film & Video Conference at Mid Maine Technical Center in Waterville.

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    Patrick Rousseau, a student at the Maine Arts Academy in Sidney, attends the animation workshop Saturday at the Maine Student Film & Video Conference at Mid Maine Technical Center in Waterville.

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    Students watch opening sequences of famous animated movies Saturday at the animation workshop during the Maine Student Film & Video Conference at Mid Maine Technical Center in Waterville.

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    David Williams adjust a light diffuser on Madelyn Rancourt during a workshop on grip duties Saturday during the Maine Student Film & Video Conference at Mid Maine Technical Center in Waterville.

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    Mackenzie Bartlett, a makeup artist, demonstrates how to create a scar on to Emma Jordan on Saturday during the Maine Student Film & Video Conference at Mid Maine Technical Center in Waterville. Moulage art is used to create fake wounds and scars.

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    Mackenzie Bartlett, a makeup artist, talks about the finer points of moulage makeup art Saturday during the Maine Student Film & Video Conference at Mid Maine Technical Center in Waterville. Moulage art is used to create fake wounds and scars.

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