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14. The most important aspect of moviemaking is
conveying a scene's rhythm. Conveying rhythm
depends less on the artistic quality of the individual
photographic images than on how the shots go together
and the order in which they highlight different aspects of the action taking place in front of the camera.

If the statements above are true, which of the
following must be true on the basis of them?
(A) The artistic quality of the individual photo-
graphic image is unimportant in movie
photography.
(B) Photographers known for the superb artistic
quality of their photographs are seldom effec-
tive as moviemakers.
(C) Having the ability to produce photographs of
superb artistic quality does not in itself guar-
antee having the ability to be a good
moviemaker.
(D) Movie photographers who are good at their
jobs rarely give serious thought to the artistic
quality of the photographs they take.
(E) To convey a scene's rhythm effectively, a
moviemaker must highlight many different
aspects of the action taking place.
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C is the best choice.

E is redundant. It repeats information already mentioned in the argument.
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I will choose E for its narrow scope. C is more general in its scope.
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yes OA is C, I used a telescope. :bouncer2 to anand.
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