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By practising their skills, Cubs develop basic photography and/or home video production knowledge and skills to create meaningful images. 
A. Do the following:
- Understand and explain the features of the camera you are using and how to properly care in the equipment.
- Explain and demonstrate how to property load, focus, hold and shoot the camera, along with knowing some common mistakes in taking pictures.
- Understand the different types of film or tape available for your camera and their uses.
B. Using the above skills, complete any three (3) of the following:
- Make a family tree using pictures or video tape.
- Create a display of photographs or video on a subject of your choice.
- Write a short safety story and illustrate it through pictures or video using members of your pack, six or friends as the cast.
- Create a short skit and tell it through photos or video tape using members of your pack, six or friends as the cast.
- Take a set of nature pictures or video and display it to your pack.
- Take a roll of pictures or video of interesting people and places in your community.
- Interview a senior citizen about what life was like at your age using photos or video to record your interview.
- Create a display of photographs or video showing your six or pack at a meeting, outing or camp and show this at a Scouting event.
- Be a Better Photographer - Part1 - Scouting Life Magazine August/September 2008
- Be a Better Photographer - Part2 - Scouting Life Magazine October 2008
- Get to Know Mini-lesson 2: Outdoor Photography with Digital Cameras
- Taken from MEASURING SUCCESS - THE SCOUTING WAY