Here is my evaluation of my coursework: Question 1 "In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
This is the first mock up poster: In the foreground of this mock up poster, I have drawn a young boy. I have chosen to feature a young boy in my poster mock up because I think he can represented in a way that the audience will sympathise with him. For the text, I chose a serif font.
I chose a serif font because I think it looks more professional. A serif font also connotes that the documentary is a serious piece of work instead of an amateur production.
Also similar to the previous mock up, I have featured a young boy in my poster. However, unlike the previous mock up, in this poster the young boy is shown fully.
I think having the boy shown fully in the middle of the poster with nothing around him will emphasise the theme of abandonment and loneliness.
In the mock up, I have drawn the young boy in old, tatty clothing. By dressing the boy in this clothing prompts the audience to sympathise even further for the boy. I chose a serif font because I think it adds professionalism to the poster and documentary.
However, to differ from the first mock up, I chose a different colour for the text in the mock up.
For this mock up I chose a beige-yellow colour. This is very similar to the title colour we have used in our documentary. I chose this colour instead of white because white connotes innocence and purity.
Below is another short slideshow showing the different layers than constructed this poster: This is the third mock up poster: Mock Up 3 This is my third and final drawn mock up poster. Unlike the last two mock up posters I have drawn a close up of the young boy.
The close up fills almost the entire frame. Another aspect that was inspired the poster for GGTOU was the deep contast between the shadows and highlights on the monochrome poster. This builds on their sympathy for the young child.
Similarly to the previous two poster, I have used the same serif font.
I chose this font because I think it adds professionalism to the poster. For this poster, I chose to colour the font grey. I decided to keep the entire poster monochrome in an effort to not take away from the effect created by the black and white.Media Studies A2 Coursework!
Tuesday, 19 February 4) How did you use media technologies in the construction and research, planning and evaluation stages? Throughout the entire Research and Planning, Production and Evaluation, the main technology used has been the blog.
Media Studies; Coursework; Coursework. PDFs open in a new window. Record forms Academic year / Centre declaration sheet - ( KB) The last January exams for AS and A2 were in January The exams are now only in June due to Changes to A-levels.
Specification for exams from ( KB). from june august media studies. eea caate w 2 a ee ea tue. contents. g question 1 5 exemplar 1 5 commentary 6 exemplar 2 7 commentary 8 exemplar 3 9 commentary 11 exemplar 4 12 commentary 14 g question 1 mark scheme and additional guidance Apr 24, · A2 Media Studies Coursework Blog.
Katie Nicholls EVALUATION: Questions April 24, Below are the four questions for my evaluation, answered in various different ways. Question 1. Question 2. Question 3. . A2 Media Studies Coursework Blog.
Katie Nicholls CONSTRUCTION: Shooting The Piece January 2, Our piece was shot over two days, the 29th December and the 31st December This was mainly due to bad conditions within the weather that meant we had to reshoot some footage, but also allowed us to evaluate the first lot of footage.
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