Using Real Media  Conventions
Approach• You need to discuss the progression  from AS to A2• You can outline how challenged real  media conventions along...
Moving Image Prelim• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kV0lAqJ9a  Fg• Again, limited textual analysis skills• Which fed into ...
Features to discuss• Editing Pace (number of shots, length of  shots)• Use of Intertitles, logos.• Use of locations (varie...
Theory• Think about semiotics when justifying  decisions that you’ve made.(Signs and symbols)• Think about genre when just...
Micro Detail• You discuss the macro features of your  work by discussing the micro detail:• Video – editing, cinematograph...
Cross Media• The need for continuity  between products• Choosing mise-en-  scene, fonts etc with a  particular set of  con...
Being Reflective• Remember to state how using real  media conventions or challenging them  benefitted your production.• Re...
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  1. 1. Using Real Media Conventions
  2. 2. Approach• You need to discuss the progression from AS to A2• You can outline how challenged real media conventions alongside discussing how you included them in your productions• Relate to the wider context and you knowledge of genre, narrative
  3. 3. Moving Image Prelim• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kV0lAqJ9a Fg• Again, limited textual analysis skills• Which fed into no real planning.• Used videos about 180 degree rule, match on action and shot distances.• No filming experience• How were these incorporated into sequence?• Camera Shake?• Did, like this video, you break the 180 degree rule through lack of experience?• Had you not thought about sound levels and lighting?
  4. 4. Features to discuss• Editing Pace (number of shots, length of shots)• Use of Intertitles, logos.• Use of locations (variety)• Lighting• Characters (type, how many)• Costume• Use of dialogue• Sound (diegetic & non-diegetic)
  5. 5. Theory• Think about semiotics when justifying decisions that you’ve made.(Signs and symbols)• Think about genre when justifying decisions made.
  6. 6. Micro Detail• You discuss the macro features of your work by discussing the micro detail:• Video – editing, cinematography, mise- en-scene & sound
  7. 7. Cross Media• The need for continuity between products• Choosing mise-en- scene, fonts etc with a particular set of connotations.• http://www.youtube. com/watch?v=BUZT ybLlWKI
  8. 8. Being Reflective• Remember to state how using real media conventions or challenging them benefitted your production.• Refer to;• Professional practice• Aesthetic appeal of your work• Does it fit the genre?• You could refer to audience feedback to help you with this.

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