BTEC Level 3 Extended National Diploma in Art &
     Design (Photography) Submission Proposal Form

Candidate’s Name
Candi...
Tutor Signature:
Date:

Tutor Notes:




Part A: Complete this section and discuss it with your tutor before you embark
on...
that it would suggest the shot has been taken in current times). I think
working with a 35mm SLR camera lends itself perfe...
Agreed (Tutor)                          Date:

Part B: List and describe relevant equipment and materials needed for this
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Part C: Complete your schedule stating dates, assignment criteria, times, things
you plan to do related to the assignment....
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Submission proposal form_2010

  1. 1. BTEC Level 3 Extended National Diploma in Art & Design (Photography) Submission Proposal Form Candidate’s Name Candidate’s ID Number Course Level Unit number & title Hand in date Date of Issue Bletchley Campus Centre Number 52329A Centre Name Instructions to learners: You must complete each part of this form with the help of your tutor. You must hand the completed form in to your tutor by the deadline you have been given. Copying Disclaimer I confirm that all the work contained in this proposal, being presented for assessment, is my own work. I also confirm that I have not copied this work from other people’s papers, electronically from their disk, from textbooks, CD ROM or from the Internet. Student Signature: Date: I also understand that if I hand in a proposal that has work in it that has been copied, this will be subject to disciplinary action and may cause me to lose my place on the course. Approval of proposal and content: Please note that failure to submit your proposal on time will result in a delay in assessing your work and giving you the appropriate feedback The candidate has a clear idea of the creative objectives Yes No The technical skills to be focused upon are clear and are easily identifiable Yes No The project proposal gives the candidate opportunities to achieve the full range of grades Yes No
  2. 2. Tutor Signature: Date: Tutor Notes: Part A: Complete this section and discuss it with your tutor before you embark on your work to meet the unit outcomes Give a detailed description of the proposed assignment Refer to assignment(s) brief scenario and tasks The first thing that caught my eye at Bletchley Park was the deterioration of most of the huts and items located within the main building. The process of deterioration and the effect it has had on some of the buildings is something that fascinates me and will be the main focus for this project. An interesting and very distinct feature of Bletchley Park is how the new is mixed in with the old, which creates a mishmash of different architectural styles. There are so many interesting textures around the park, from the broken brickwork that surrounds some of the huts, to the smashed glass roof in one of the outside buildings, and of course the decaying wood that a lot of structures are made from. All these imperfections give the park so much character and creates a rather dark atmosphere, and it is my aim to capture this . Another element I found particularly interesting were the items that were located in the main building - there are rooms that would appear to have barely changed since Bletchley Park has been established. I would like to capture certain images where it would seem to the viewer, that it has been taken from a totally different time period. (Eg. removing any signs
  3. 3. that it would suggest the shot has been taken in current times). I think working with a 35mm SLR camera lends itself perfectly to the mood and tones I want to capture. To complete this task, I will have to fill out a risk assessment form. Also, I will carry photo release forms around the park with me in case I need somebody's consent to have their photo taken. The rest of the unit will require me to have an organized folder in which I will evaluate images and test shots, which will enable me to improve upon shots that I've already taken. I will then produce a minimum of 6 final images. List tasks you need to carry out and apply to your schedule
  4. 4. Agreed (Tutor) Date: Part B: List and describe relevant equipment and materials needed for this assignment Equipment Materials 35mm SLR Camera Dark room checmicals: developer, stopper, fixer Tri-pod Paper- VC select 400 Black and White film Enlarger Base Board
  5. 5. Part C: Complete your schedule stating dates, assignment criteria, times, things you plan to do related to the assignment. Use SMART Targets to help you organise your schedule Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic & Time related examples e.g. I am going to research 3 pieces of secondary research, annotate them and submit them in my folder by the end of today’s session. Date Date Date Date Date Date Date Date Date Date Guidance and units – Edexcel Level 3 BTEC National Diploma in Art & Design (Photography) – issue 1 – September 2007 PAGE PAGE 1

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