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  • 1. Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product Demi-Leigh Chamberlain
  • 2. Do’s and Don’t’s Plan before production  Waste time Plan time effectively  Over ride deadlines Meet Deadlines  (you get stressed!) Closely analyse mise en  Not plan scene  Be scared of software Meet Conventions
  • 3. Preliminary and Final Production Mast Head – Is shown here to not follow the conventions of magazine as it is normally placed more to the left hand side rather than a banner running across – more life a skyline. Central Image – Both images are central to the magazine and provide eye line contact however there is a lot of white space on my preliminary task and this is not a convention of a magazine which is adapted in my final piece. Splash – The splash on the preliminary looks childish and therefore features the education however it could’ve been made to look more professional and the text could also of been chosen at a better font.

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