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8.1.3

  1. 1. Higher project<br />PROJECT ACTIVITIES<br />ActivityHow I will do this for my projectHow long will I needGenerating IdeasBrainstorming ideas with my partner I’m working with for the project. Reviewing and observing similar products. Get ideas from other people from doing an audience survey.1 weekAction PlanningHold production meetings. Make notes of all the resources we will need. As we need women models for our project, we need to hold an audition to select them.2 weeksResearchResearch the internet about the history of photography and different cultured fashion and make a PowerPoint presentation and present it to each other to show what we learnt about photography. Interview a professional model and photographer. 2 weeksPre-Production Book out a good camera. Order the costumes, which have to be the right size and length for the models. Maybe make a storyboard, which tells us which sites of London the photograph will be taken and how the models will pose for the camera. Book a place to do the exhibition. Plan how the exhibition will be set out.2 weeksProductionProduction schedule and call sheet will be handed out to all the people participating so they will be informed about everything they need to know including who?, what?, when?, why? and where?2-3 weeksPost-productionPrint the photographs out and enlarge it then laminate it so it looks professional and won’t get destroyed. Hold the event for the exhibition to take place.1 weekEvaluationAnalyse the audience feedback and evaluate the overall project and think of ways that could’ve been better.1 dayCommunicationWe need to speak to Ben Cole, the school’s community’s event manager, to book the room for our exhibition.1 day<br />

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