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February 10, 2019 at 10:58 am #745551Herman ScottGuestCAMERA OPERATOR I, Herman Scott, Port of Spain
CAMERA OPERATOR I
A Camera Operator usually works under a Sr. Camera Operator and may be supported by a camera assistant. The role involves a mix of technical and creative skills.
Duties include: Ensuring that the cameras and associated equipment are rigged for the required set-up; taking constructive advice in order to achieve the required picture composition.
Key skills: In-depth knowledge of the principles of camera work; good colour vision, and excellent hand-to-eye co-ordination; physical stamina.
Pavilion Entertainment a new media company incorporated in Trinidad and Tobago. It is dedicated to the original production of media projects and the regional distribution of both original and franchise programming.
Transforming and advancing the regional media industry will not be easy so we need a team that will work efficiently and professionally in a fast paced, results-oriented environment. As such, the following competencies are critical to all hiring decisions:
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