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    • Creative and Media: Level 2 Higher Diploma The Project Level 2 Higher Diploma Creative and MediaUnit 1: Scene8.4.2 Evaluating the creative processStudent Book pp 254–55 Use the template below to help you to evaluate the creative process that you went through when completing your project.Describe how you generated your initial ideasMy initial ideas were mostly generated through meetings that i had with my partner. I also did primaryresearch as well as secondary research and i wanted to do a fashion photography exhibition.Why did you choose one particular idea to develop further?I combined my idea with my partners’ idea to display sights in London and fashion photography. Wecombined our ideas to hold a photography exhibition on how diversity is presented through fashion inLondon. I thought this idea was quite original because taking pictures of London sights alone is quiteboring, however having models to present cultures is more interesting.How successful were the research methods that you used?Primary research with Hannie Syeda, a professional model was successful because she provided us withadvice on what to look for in a model. The primary research with Toby, a professional photographer,helped me develop my camera skills. He also taught me the technical terms of photography and helpedme understand the different camera angles. He also set us tasks to do which was to take photographs inVictoria Park.The secondary research using the internet as well as books to understand the history behind each cultureand their fashion as we needed for the exhibition to put up near each group of photographs which madeit successful.What went well during the production process and what didn’t?Went well Did not go well- There were quite a lot of people at the audition - It took quite long to put up the photographs onwhich provided us with a variety of people to the display boards and the audience came in earlierselect for the modelling. than that and saw the exhibition before we could set it up properly.- Everything went as planned such as meetingdeadlines.- The exhibition got good positive feedback as wellas further developments and improvements for thefuture.- We had at least 15 people attending theexhibition and it went really well according to me. © Pearson Education Ltd 2008. Copying permitted for purchasing institution only. This material is not copyright free. 1
    • Unit 1: Scene Creative and Media: Level 2 Higher Diploma Unit 1: Scene Identify the equipment and materials that you used- Digital camera- Computer and coloured printer- Laminator Diploma Level 2  Information Technology- Tables- Display board Explain what technical skills you developed whilst doing the projectI developed my camera skills by photographing from different angles and using different shots e.g.medium long shots etc. I also understood how to use flash on a camera and zooming in and out. If you were to do this project again, what changes would you make?I will ensure that the exhibition is prepared and ready beforehand so that the audience don’t see theexhibition still being set up.2 © Pearson Education Ltd 2008. Copying permitted for purchasing institution only. This material is not copyright free.