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11th-grade
film
Creativity
chemistry
forensics

Forensic Science vs Cinematography

Hi I’m a junior and having a hard time choosing a major to focus on when looking at schools. Film has always interested me but I’ve had really no experience working with equipment or anything the idea just excites me. But forensics/chemistry/criminal justice has always intrigued me and I’ve taken a wide variety of classes to know that I want to possibly pursue it because it interests me. But the overall question is do I follow my creativity or my curiosity/analytical side.

 
Cinematography
16%
 
Forensics
83%
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