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Mickael Henri Lambert is born in Orford, Eastern Townships, in 1997. He chose International High School diploma (International baccalaureate) in 2010. He find his way in the journalism option of his high school in 2012. He wrote and actively participated in the restructure of ''La Griffe'' newspaper as reporter and a member of the editorial team for 2012 to 2015.
In the beginning of 2015, Mickael chose to continue in journalism. He subscribes in Media, Arts and Technologies, in journalism. In december 2016, a local newspaper called ''La vie d'ici'' approached him to write some articles. From this time, he write every month an opinion column.
Mickael is planning to continue his studies in journalism at Montreal's University (UdeM) and he would like to work in the Radio-Canada team next year.

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In the past years, the news world has changed a lot. Journalists have lost their control on the information. Now, with Internet, everybody can share everything. It especially true when a conflict appears: a lot of real fake reporters went to show the blood to the world. Nevertheless, the role of the war correspondent is more important than ever, but it comes now with two major kinds of needs: on the ground and with the media. Real Journalism

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Have you ever think of all the work that is accomplished behind the screen? In the world of media, several combined movements can create a news report. Camera maneuvers are used to provide different angles and perspectives. That represents one of the several skills the TV news Director needs to know to obtain the attention of the audience. The basic camera movements will be demonstrated through the TV news Director job. It is possible to classify the technique in five categories: the tilt, the pan, the handheld, the dolly, and the pedestal.

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A picture is worth a thousand words. Learning to take good photographs is therefore crucial in journalism. Pictures are complementary to journalistic articles, because they allow to catch the attention of the reader. A few basic photography rules are particularly important to know: the rule of thirds, the rule of odds and the rule of space. To begin, the rule of thirds is probably the most basic of all photography rules. It is about dividing a shot into nice equal sections by imagining vertical and horizontal lines, as it can be seen in figure 1.  

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Mickael Henri Lambert is born in Orford, Eastern Townships, in 1997. He chose International High School diploma (International baccalaureate) in 2010. He find his way in the journalism option of his high school in 2012.

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