We were given a few learning objectives to complete which would ensure we did the best we could. I have simply made note of these to make sure I am completing the brief to my full potential.
LO1 Take primary responsibility for the research and development of a sustained body of self-guided
– How have you sourced your own research / used it as a stimuli / how have weekly tasks or test shoots
influenced your final artefact / how have you thought critically about your various outputs?
- Using research to influence ideas i.e Julian Germain
- Referring back to the weekly tasks i.e The tribe
- Being critical about final work to help settle on final set and display
LO2 Apply a breadth and depth of photographic skills and knowledge to the creation and production of a technically proficient project.
– Both in terms of your digital and physical artefact – how have your choices supported what you want to say?
What various skills have you used in production?
- Using a variety of skills such as film and digital
- Scanning these in, and photoshop skills.
- Wanting to capture what I intended to. i.e what makes my Grandmother happy
LO3 Use informed techniques to understand the principles necessary to visually communicate their own practice within a professional context.
– This is all about communicating your message within an exhibition setting – how well have you responded
to the brief? Is your idea or concept well thought through and executed in an appropriate way?
- Lens based
- Pictures the body
LO4 Plan, organise and manage a photographic shoot to an appropriate professional standard.
– Not so much a shoot as that does not apply to everyone but how have you worked to a professional
standard throughout the module including your artefacts
- Doing weekly tasks on time
- Informing those affected of a plan
- Keeping research up to date as a guidance for shoots