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Year Two Evaluation Template
Evaluation Overview
This evaluation form is designed to assist you in the evaluation of your projects.
When using this form it is good practice to:
• Use appropriate terminology.
• Stay concise and focus on key points.
• Evaluate and analyse your statements.
• Focus on judgements about work rather than telling a story of how it was made.
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Project Overview
In this section you will outline the aim of the project/task and give an
overview of the activates you undertook to complete it.
What was the theme of your project and
what attracted you to it?
The theme of my project was youth diverse fashion and what influences people to dress in the way they dress.
The reason I picked this theme for my documentary was because I am quite open minded when it comes to my
fashion sense and like to try lots of different fashion aesthetics. I also picked this theme because I am quite
influenced by obviously the media but also the people around me so I thought by investigating ad collecting
ideas when it comes to clothing and fashion from people who dress completely differently to me can better my
fashion sense My aim when making my project was to influence my audience and inspire them to try or
appreciate a fashion aesthetic which isn't there's to reduce the toxicity within youths about people's fashion
sense and let people express themselves in the way they want. I felt quite drawn to this theme and idea
because it allowed me to learn a lot about how some of the different people who I showcased in my
documentary can be affected by the youth stigma when it comes to dress sense so I knew that if I can show
this video to other youths who may be a part of the toxicity.
What research did you undertake and how
did it help develop your project?
I started off my research looking at some existing products which I felt I could take some ideas and inspiration from. I
looked at a YouTube video called 'Styling MAYA JAMA in 24 HOURS!' By a channel called PAQ. As PAQ are a popular
channel for 16–24-year-olds I felt I needed to take some of the techniques which they use to engage that audience as
it is the same audience which I planned to make my documentary for. I would say that I constructed my documentary
in the structure of PAQs video in the sense of presenting a fashion aesthetic and then creating a montage/showcase
video for the outfit or model in my case. I would also say that in this video it inspired me to make my documentary in
a social media style as it fits my audiences' criteria. The showcases in the video included fast cutting to different
angles and shot types which is seen throughout many social media videos and so I imitated this into my showcases.
Another idea I took from the showcases was the choice in audio of the different outfits in PAQ's video. In their video
they put on music which set with the theme of her outfit for example, she wears an outfit inspired by 1999 UK garage
music, so PAQ played that 2000s garage music in the background. This idea improved my video as it helped set the
tone for the different model and showed my audience a bit about that model's culture and influences. Another
existing product which I research was a documentary called 'PASSION. A documentary on Streetwear and
Its Influences' by' _shotbynick_'. I looked at this documentary because it had a similar concept to my idea it involved
the theme. For my project I ended up taking the specific interview angle of a medium close up shot which shows
the profile of the interviewee. Instead of using it in my interviews though, I used it as part of my narration throughout
my documentary as it made my audience feel like I am speaking more directly to them which helps to keep the
audience engaged in the documentary and adds a sense of emphasis on emotion which is what I used at the end of
my documentary when mentioning the toxicity in youth fashion.
Another existing product which I research and took inspiration from was a YouTube video called 'WHAT YOUR STYLE
SAYS ABOUT YOU IN 2022'. In his video he is narrating Infront of images with green screen which are fashion related.
As I was narrating as the filmmaker of my documentary, I took inspiration his sense of charisma when he spoke and
narrated as I felt that it was really engaging and entertaining, so I knew that as a charismatic voice is something which
my target audience prefer to view, I had to involve it when presenting my models showcase. Another existing product
which I researched and took inspiration from was a music video for a song called '18 and over' by Nia archives. In the
music video they use a 360 camera which looked cool, so I used one myself for my project. I think it made the skater
showcase more fun and was just something different to show my audience to keep them engaged in the video. In my
research I had to look at my target audience (16-24) and do some research on their most common interest which
came out to be Music, Celebrity, influencers and Hobbies. I feel as though this bit of research was useful as it gave me
a platform as to what I should be including in my video to fit the criteria however I only did a questionnaire.
An improvement I could have made when doing my audience research would have been to do some interviews as it
would have allowed my audience to tell me things more directly and have more insight as to what they enjoy rather
than just typing in some quick answers. This led onto me asking my models a bit about their interests and Influences
so that I had a complete understanding of what I could implement into their video showcases in the final project. My
judgement of my research was effective because I learnt the key ideas about their culture which meant that I
could really express my different models' personalities in the video. When plotting the idea of my idea for my
documentary I didn’t have a full idea in my head of the style I could create it to until I started my research on the
different types of documentary which people make. I found out about 3 different styles in expository, performative
and interactive documentary and assessed which style I could make my documentary in to the best that I could make
it. I think my research on this really helped because my video didn’t end up fitting a specific style. I took different
conventions from each style to make my own original make for my documentary which is effective because a 16–24-
year-old audience would prefer to see something new rather than the norm. It also made me happy because I wanted
to avoid my documentary being unique and like everything else as that is the type of person I am. Going into my FMP
I after the last project, I felt as though I needed to improve a little bit when it came to my camera knowledge as one
of my biggest issues from that project was brightness and the look of my video so I did some research on camera
settings, finding out what everything is and how I can adjust everything to look the way I would like it to. The key
things I looked at were Apeture and ISO settings which I felt was a very good use of my research because I ended up
filming in so many different areas with different lighting and if I didn’t know how to adjust the settings, a lot of my
footage wouldn’t have come out as nice as I would have wanted it to. One thing which I wish I had done some more
research on when it came to cameras was some more on videograoghy and techniques which people use to get cool
cinematics as my video in my opinion needed more of a variety of filming techniques.
How did you develop and improve your ideas
throughout the project?
My picturing of my documentary from the start of the project to how it ended up looking carries the same
concept however had a couple of different ideas which came along the way which eventually bettered
my result. One thing which I changed was the structure of the documentary. Initially I liked the idea of having
quite a randomized structure to the video where instead of having an introduction, showcase and then an
interview for my models, I wanted to bring up the different questions from the interviews and have them all
answer one after the other while the showcase of them is playing Infront of the interview audio. This was until
I realized that firstly although it is a unique way of making a documentary, It could have caused confusion to my
audience as they wouldn’t know which model, they would like to focus their attention on and would lose their
own structure instinct of the video. Secondly, It also would have taken away the emotion and indepthness of
each showcase. I felt that with the way I made the documentary it gave the 2–3-minute section of each model
a nice focus for my audience to understand them and their fashion culture in a clearer way. I felt that ways
which my project improved was at the time of filming. This was due to some of the ideas and preferences
which my models would have been preferred to be showcased in for example, Initially for Matt and Alfie's alt-
streetwear fashion showcase I wanted it to be darker and edgier themed to correlate towards the color scheme
of their fashion sense however, their personalities reflected differently to me, and they wanted to capture their
more fun side of them hence why they were dancing and having more fun within their showcase. So instead, I
changed things such as brightening my idea of color scheme for them however keeping a slight dingy darker
aspect for them.
What was the outcome of the project/task?
Overall, I think that my documentary came at a good level outcome in the sense that I made a video which
people can enjoy, be influenced by the fashion ideas and cultures which are showcased in it and can connect
personally to the video in terms of the concept of toxicity within youth fashion. I am very proud of my editing
skills which I leant and included in the video to give off the right ideas which I wanted to get into my audience's
heads. I also felt happy as it was a project which I involved myself within to investigate on a topic which I have
a lot of interest in, making it personal to me and a project which could only come from me compared to others
in my class. There was lots of dilemmas throughout the journey of making the final product such as audio
issues, availability of models and equipment however I felt as though I made the best outcome which I could of
out of some of the issues along the way.
Personal Response
This section will explore your thoughts and feelings about the
experience. This will help gain a understand of how your personal
feelings may have impacted the final outcome.
How did you feel about the project before
you started?
Before I began the project, I was very confident in my idea of the concept of the video. I explored multiple
ways which I could format the video other than a documentary such as a video series. This could have worked
well because it would have boosted the focus on each of my models showcases and could have allowed me to
involve some different ideas into my main aim of the video however, I am happy that I concluded to make it in
a documentary format as documentary had been something which I had been practicing and learning
throughout my second year of college. I wanted to improve upon my last factual documentary video and make
the concept about something which I am interested in more. Before the project began, I also wanted to involve
all the skills which I have learnt in my first year where I made social media content in music videos to make
sure that this project idea would benefit my media skillset to the best possible way. Obviously, I enjoyed the
idea of what I wanted to make however I did have some doubts about whether it is something which I my
audience would engage in, but I also knew that it was important that even though my audience may not be
interested in other people's fashion sense, they would be presented to them and would give them an opinion
and a sense of thought to carry away from it.
Did you collaborate on your project or engage
contributors, etc?
For my project to work I needed my different models and sometimes a supportive crew member to help film or
supervise the making of the documentary. The first model who featured in the documentary was Lloyd
Goddard who represented skate fashion culture. I felt that Lloyd did a really good job as a model for my
documentary especially for his interview as I felt that he gave a clear response which will have educated my
audience. Lloyd however wasn’t as confident when it came to photo taking and filming of him skating on his
own so that’s involved the members of '03SkateCrew' as models. They were very useful in the making of their
showcase as they were eager to express their culture and talent which made me happy as I got to capture
them in their real atmosphere and surrounding. The third model I'd included in my documentary was Hope
Smith who I felt modelled well for my documentary. Although she isn't an actual model, she did well to imitate
my directing for her showcase as she successfully gave off the edgy and gothic theme alongside her clothes.
Initially hope was meant to be joined alongside a girl named piper who follows the same fashion aesthetic as
hope however due to her busy scheduled with her exams running at the same time as my planned filming days,
She couldn’t be involved which was a shame as piper would have had some good ideas when it came to the
interview. My fourth and fifth models for my documentary were Matt Turley and Alfie Horwell who I felt were
the most confident and expressive models in the documentary which I really appreciated. They were natural
Infront of camera and gave some good words when it came to their view on the toxicity within youth fashion.
Somebody who helped a lot in sections of my project was my friend Olly Taylor as although it was mostly
unplanned, he would be there to supervise while I filmed to insure safety of us all or sometimes would help to
film another angle of something for me.
Evaluating the project
In the previous sections, you have been commenting upon the project development. The
evaluation may include some similar information but it will also include critical comment.
An evaluation must include information about the good and bad points of the project and it
is important to be honest. Finally, you should make a judgment about the effectiveness of
the success of the project
What were the good points about the project/task and what did you
learn from them? [try and think of at least 3, more if possible]
One thing which went well in my project was my themed editing when it came to the different showcases. I'd
intended to make every single showcase look completely different and give off different connotations to my audience
so that they felt engaged, and the documentary structure didn’t feel repetitive. For example, In Lloyd and the skaters
showcase I went for a 90s theme by adding old camera burns, a slight grain, a HipHop song which they associate with
and graffiti writing text titles. This worked well because it all related and worked well together to give the overall
connotation of the skate culture to my audience, connecting and engaging them more to the characters I included in
the documentary. Another thing that went well in my project was the variety of different camera techniques and tools
that I managed to include throughout the filming. For the skater's video, I used the 360 camera as I felt that It was
appropriate to capture the cool dynamics of the skaters. For Hope's video I used a fisheye lends as it gave a nice POV
perspective to make the audience feel enagaged with hope as if they are there with her. For matt and alfies video I
didn’t feel as though I should have involved a different camera technique as I wanted some sort of normality in the
shots I filmed in the documentary. By including such a variety in my shots, I think it kept my video from getting boring
as there was always something new that my audience had to enagage with.Another thing that went well in my project
was my narration and structuring in between the showcases. After my research on existing products and looking at
how people can project their voice and show a level of character infront of camera I would say that I took it well into
consideration and appled it within the intermissons, introduction and conslusion to the documentary. I think it
worked effectivley as well because of the way which I did it which included techniques such as a charismatic voice and
a medium shot where I am centered and looking directly into the camera and the audience. I felt like one specific
thing which worked well and was appriciated by my audience was the topic of toxicity which I'd involved in the end.
I'd inteded for my structure to go as all the showcases are shown so that my audience gets to know all my models and
then everything comes together at the end where they call discuss to my audience about toxicity in youth fashion. It
left the documentary on an emotional ending which meant the audience had something to think about and sit on
after the documentary finished.
What challenges did you face and how did you
respond to them? Try and think of at least 3...
One challenge that I faced initially was that my documentary was very boring with its structure in the sense
that my narration parts were just 2 minutes of me staring towards the camera and talking. As one of my biggest
priorities of my video were to make it in a social medi style which is constantly engaging, I knew that I had to
change some of the narration to voice over infront of stock footage that is relevant to what I am talking about.
Doing this increased the general tempo of the documentary making it all way easier to consume for
my audience.Another challenge which I faced when making my documentary was constant loading, lag issues
and rendering. Throughout my time of editing, I had spent a lot of time importing all my footage as a lot of it
was shot in HD or through the 360 camera. Uploading footage was something which I didn’t quite anticipate
being an issue. Once the footage was imported it wasn’t easy to be chopping up and edting the clips which
were lagging on preview due to them not being rendered and when I was rendering them, they would take a
while to complete. My response to these issues were that I had to cut down and choose only my favourite and
most relevant clips as if I'd have involved everything it would have taken me too long. I also altered my
scheduele in production by editing some of lloyd and the skaters showcase in the week I should have been
doing hopes showcase.Another challenge which I faced when making my documentary was that one of my
models Piper ws unavailable to for filming for when I had planned to. I initially intened for her and hope to
model together to represent the goth culture fashion aesthetic however due to pipers' exams and education
commitments, she couldn’t be ther for the filming. This didn’t phase me to much anyway as I knew when
planning my filming that I should have more than one model for each fashion aesthetic so that if one of them
isn't available there was always the other one to be there to do it.
What were the negative points about the
experience, and what could you have done to
improve them?
One thing which was an issue when making my FMP was the inconsistency in audio levels throughout the
project. At points like lloyds interview, the audio comes throug very quiet compared to hopes interview where
the audio I would say was too loud. The whole documentary would have felt way more proffesional if it had a
consistent steadiness in its audio level in which could have been solved by using things such as audio recorders
or clip on mics. In Hopes interview the issue was that it was filmed underneath a bridge which meant that you
could hear the cars going past above. This got in the way of what hope was explaining which made it unclear fir
my audience to understand her. Although the setting fit well for the interview, I probably should have moved to
a quiter location so that it was clear and not interupted. Another negative which I would have given my project
was my use of framing shots, especially in the interviews. I should have been more aware of my models' head
space on screen in hope and lloyds interview. The Camera which I sued to film them has a 9-box guide on
display when filming which I should have used to get a better shot as their heads reached the top of the
screen. Another negative point of my documentary i think is my use of graphics on screen. It obviously was
very important for me to include the images I used to narrate what my models were saying to my audience in
the goal to educate the audience however I am not happy with how static they come on and off the screen.
The transition is very sharp in which to improve it I could have added some sort of animation for them entering
and leaving the screen.
How would you rate the final piece? [think along the lines of
poor, satisfactory, good or excellent...justify your rating]
I would rate my final piece at a 'good' level because I felt as though it had Improved dramatically upon my last
documentary project. The final video showed a clear concept to my audience of me investigating several
youths on their culture and influences and learning about why they dress in the way they do which was my
intention to begin with. I would say that my editing skills within the video have reached a good standard as I
have included more of a variety of editing tehniques which also have been used strategically to fit certain
purpose for my audience which I feel is a level above some of the basic editing effects and techniques that I
have used previously. I also think that aesthetically the documentary is pleasing to watch for my targetted 16-
24-year-old audience due to the colour and filter overlaying I have created and applied throughout the
documentary. I would rate my filming and the way the documentary was shot at a good level. I am happy with
the way I successfully fulfiled lots of my ideas by using different dynamics of filming purposefully to signify
different connitations and themes to my audience. I think if I didn’t include more equitment like my 360
camera and fisheye lens then my video would have been very vanilla and look a lot like things which I have
made in the past. Obviously, the goal was for the video to reach an excellent level however there are elements
to the video which didn’t reach the rest of the standard for example, audio.
How did you design apeal to your target
audience?
My target audience are of a 16–24-year-old age range of which I did lenty of research to find out how the
design of my documentary could best suite my audiences desires. One strategy of design which I used to
appeal to my target audience was to have large bold titles appearing on screen to introduce the showcases. On
purpose I specifically only included the titles 'Presenting' and 'Name of Model' as it is short and enough for my
audience to read to become engaged with whats on the screen. I also made sure that these titles were very
large eye catching to the audience which also an effective way of keeing the video exciting to watch. Having a
colourful theme throughout the documentary by involving lots of colour overlays and shooting in colourful
environments was a strategy I used to make my documentary appeal to my target audience. The colour
overlays that I used for example, bright green and red for hopes shoecase and bright blue and red for matt and
alfies showcase, catch the eye of my audience with the constant changing and flashing between themselves
which is a sight appealing to a teenage audience. As I wanted my overall documentary to have a good spirit to
it, filming on brighter and sunnier days made the video more vibrant and happier which is something my
audience would prefer to see. A 16–24-year-old spends a lot of their time around socila media which is always
edited in a certain style to fit the criteria of a teenagers liking. Although I was making a documentary film, I
knew that I wanted to base it through a social media design which involves fast cutting, eye catching colours
and charismatic narration which are all thigs which I felt I implemented into my video.
Analysis
In this section, you will focus on the details of the project and make
sense of what happened in the project. You should demonstrate how
your decisions informed the project development and the success of the
outcome.
How did your skills develop during the portfolio? [remember,
skills aren't just technical, remember things like organisation,
time management, communication, etc as well]
During the project I developed many skills which i didn’t have before in lots of ways. One example of a skill which
developed was my overall editing ability and understandng of the way a video is supossed look aesthetically. I
watched videos and researched how people edit to make videos pleasing with more purpose behind it which is
something I havent involved in a project before until now. Another thing which I have developed my skills in has been
photography and still image editing. As I have always made video, I have never really had to take photos for any of my
projects however I felt that to put focus on my model's fashion sense some photograpghs would have fitted well. I
attempted plenty of different angled shots from my video knowledge and had some practice in adobe photoshop
editing the look of the photos which I took which i am quite proud of. I think that a skill has improved throughout my
FMP compared to before was my organisation when it came to footage. Previously I have had issues from losing work
during computer wipes of them being lost in tons of files on my desktop and so using folders on OneDrive for my
documents and different folders for each of my showcase's footage helped me know exactly where to find everything
which meant my production was much more efficient and quicker. I also feel as though my organisation with actors
and the plannig of where I needed evryone at what time worked very smoothly and successfully. Before this project if
didn’t hve someone to do something for filming then I wouldn't have a calculated solution and would have to
improvise a way forward however, the strategy I used this FMP by having multiple models for each filming day worked
out well and allowed to not have any major inconvininces. When it came to time management of my project i would
say that I developed positivley from previous projects however, I think that there could still be room for improvement
as at times on filming days I didn’t give myself or prioritised enough time towards perfecting some of the shots I took
from my shot list plan.
What meaning and messages did you want to
convey and were you successful?
My whole meaning for the documentary since the day i began making it was that i wanted to invite youth
community to appriciate the diverse variety in youth fashion. I think that i was successful in my attempt to do
this as through my editing skills the model looked great regardless of whether they followed a fashion aesthetic
which someone in the audience may not wear or prefer themselves. I thik that if they didnt appriciate the
model then they will at least just enjoy the video which shows some sort of appriciation towards the culture of
the model which is good. Another meaning to the documentary which I wanted to convey was the idea of
influencing the audience into trying one of the fashion aesthetics showcased which didn’t work exactly how I
planned. From my feedback, my audience werent necessarily influenced to try another fashion aesthetic
however, they explained how they follow one of the fashion cultures which I showcased and have gained some
influence from the model and what they wear. Although this wasn’t my initial plan for them to think that I am
definatley happy that they have taken that sense of influence from my video. One of the messages which I
wanted to imply within the documentary was the element of toxicity within youth fashion culture. I wanted my
audiencene to relate to some of the toxicity which has happened towards one of my models and their fashion
sense or think about how they may have contributed towards toxicity within youth fashion which I would say
successfully worked as from reviews on the documentary, people would say that they felt connected to some
of the models and went through similar experiences to them.
What feedback did you get from your peers
and viewings?
1st feeback response:
overall i really like the way the documentary was structured where it would be you talking about who you are
going to interview and what sort of style they have and then the amazingly edited montages to suit their
specific style really just added so much character to your project, i also loved how raw the interviews where as
i felt it really suited the environment the interviews where set in and therefore they didn't feel out of place. the
way each montage was a direct representation of not only them but also their style i felt just showed how well
you edited it and the effort that was clearly put in, also i really liked how even though at times it could be
comedic the ending really changed the tone and went on to talk about something important and that mood
change also helped push that message across. to improve i just feel the audio could of been cleared up a bit
although i know the settings of the interviews make that hard and i also feel it was a bit long and could of
maybe been shortened in certain parts just so it didn't drag on as much. overall i really liked it and i feel it was
what you where going for and I think you executed the idea really well and really showed off the information
you wanted to.
What feedback did you get from your peers
and viewings?
2nd feeback response:
The audio for your interviewees was hard to hear in some areas. It would have been best if you would have
either held the microphone closer to them or interviewed them in a quieter area. There was some
hissing/buzzing from the microphone as well. You could have added a filter over the audio in premier (de-
hummer/de-noiser) this would have reduced the buzz down. In my opinion there was no need to put 'The End'
I think it would have flowed better with the visual and audio fading out to black and then the credits roll at the
end. Some areas I think you would have been best with a shoulder mount/tripod. Especially when interviewing
at the skate park with Lloyd. Be aware of head space when interviewing too. You need just the right amount of
space between the head and the top of where you are shooting. Hope's head cuts off the top of the screen for
example, the same goes for Matt and Alfie's interview. Look at Matt's head, the top has been cut off due to the
shot.
What feedback did you get from your peers
and viewings?
3rd Feedback response:
I think it was very good I would say very inforative to someone who knows nothing about fashion such as
myself. AT at parts the commentary was cutting you off at times but apart from that it was really good
4th feeback response:
I like it. The editing was great and i didn’t feel bored at all throughout. The only thing is when when hope
was naming artists maybe you could have added them on screen because it gives us something else to focus
on.
Feeback summary
Overall, i am happy with the feeback that I received as a lot of the positive comments which I got were
intentional things that I added to give off the messege or meaning that they received. My 1st feedback
response identified that my purposeful editing suggested the model's character well and added a lot of
character to the documentary overall. They also enjoyed the change in mood and tone towards the end of my
documentary which theyre referencing the toxicity part. I am hapy with this as the emotional tone was so
different to the happy and charismatic main section of the video. Response 3 made me happy because my
intention to make it for all youths worked seeing as though they mention that they have no interest in fashion
but felt that the video was informative. This suggets to me that although they may not of enagged with the
whole fashion concept, it was a video which they enjoyed watching. Again, from repsonse 4, I am happy that
they could appriciate my effort put into editing as they said it was good. I think that the editing was a big part
played into the comment suggesting that she never felt bored throughout the video which is another success.
Negative feeback which I received are things which I 100% agree on such as audio. Resonse 1 & 2 suggest that
at parts it was unclear and too loud which is something which I know I will need to improve upon next time
with solutions such as microphones or better slection of places to film. Another negative which I didn’t ientify
was how the interview was filmed as resonse 2 wasnt happy with how hope and lloyds heads were at the top
of the screen during their interview. I will have to consider for next time that I work on my framing to get the
best shot.
What knowledge have you gained that would help you in the
future to improve your project? Also, what knowledge from
academic literature and professionals has helped and why?
After aking this documentary i have gained lots of knowledge and understanding about documetary video as I
have taken loads and loads of information from the different styles of documentary in which in the future
when I attempt to make more, I will be able to apply these different ideas and conventions that I have learnt
about into an improved documentary from this one. My knowldege within filming has imporve in lanty fo ways,
One thing I have learnt is how to use a 360 camera and a new editing software to edit it. This was something
which I was afraid to do however I went for it, and it ended up turning out to look great. Obviously, I had only
learnt some of the basics however I am sure that in the future whenever i am shooting video will spend more
time using a 360 camera and improve my skills when using it. As I plan to continue studying and making media
gaining the knowledge around a camera and its setting will help me in the future shoot more thing at a better
standard as I learnt the basics when it came to brightness correction however, there is lenty more that I can
learn. Making my first attempt at using still image within videos has taught me some good basics in
photograpghy which i am eager to experiment with in the future.
Action Plan
This section will identify what you would do differently in the future and
identify ways you could develop.
If you were making a similar project in the
future, what would you do differently?
A possibility in the future would be to take the concept from this documentary and make it into a documentary
series where i still showcase different fashion aesthetics but go into more detail with them. Within this I would
improve upon all the issue and erros i went through in this project like focusing more time on audio correction.
I would like to chage the structure of the videos and implement the interviews within the showcasing as
although it would make the structure of the overall documenary slightly confusing, it engaging and gives the
audience a convisation to be involved with throughout the video. I think that in this documentary i didnt put
enough emphasis on the clothes and focussed too much on the model, their culture and characteristics so in
fucture i will showcase the clothing a little bit more.
How could you develop your skills for future projects? Please
identify the appropriate resources and courses. For example,
webpages, tutorials, books, short courses and qualifications.
To improve my skills in the future i will need to spend some extra time looking at tutorials and testing out new
ways and styles to edit things as i did to learn a lot of the contents within my documentary I made for this.
Websites can also be useful for step-by-step tutorials on how to make certain effects to better an overall
showcase. As I have developed a certain style of editing in social media style through making music videos and
a socila media video, finding the resources to my future rojects should be easy as there are also plenty of
examples which I will see every day as social media is what I am around every day. When I travel to University
to continue media production, some of the proffesionals there will also give me guidance forward on new skills
which I can pick to better my ability in making video which will eventuallu lead to a proffesional level.
What personal attributes could you develop to
ensure you are working at a professional level?
I would say that to put myself at a proffesional level I will need to go back on my work to reshoot and perfect.
When making this documentary I would film or edit something and imrovise with what I had. I do sympothise
for myself as making things like montages are hard to plan and felt as though it was easier to make on the sot
when cutting to the beat. This also applies to when I am out filming my models in their natural surroundings, I
want it to be as natural as possible however some of the most proffesional documentaries will always plan and
perfect every different shot to make it work.

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  • 1. L3 Creative Media Production & Technology Year Two Evaluation Template
  • 2. Evaluation Overview This evaluation form is designed to assist you in the evaluation of your projects. When using this form it is good practice to: • Use appropriate terminology. • Stay concise and focus on key points. • Evaluate and analyse your statements. • Focus on judgements about work rather than telling a story of how it was made. Please find the grading matrix here to help you assess you are working at the right level. Level 3 Extended Diploma Grading Matrix - https://bit.ly/2Jnqj3v
  • 3. Project Overview In this section you will outline the aim of the project/task and give an overview of the activates you undertook to complete it.
  • 4. What was the theme of your project and what attracted you to it? The theme of my project was youth diverse fashion and what influences people to dress in the way they dress. The reason I picked this theme for my documentary was because I am quite open minded when it comes to my fashion sense and like to try lots of different fashion aesthetics. I also picked this theme because I am quite influenced by obviously the media but also the people around me so I thought by investigating ad collecting ideas when it comes to clothing and fashion from people who dress completely differently to me can better my fashion sense My aim when making my project was to influence my audience and inspire them to try or appreciate a fashion aesthetic which isn't there's to reduce the toxicity within youths about people's fashion sense and let people express themselves in the way they want. I felt quite drawn to this theme and idea because it allowed me to learn a lot about how some of the different people who I showcased in my documentary can be affected by the youth stigma when it comes to dress sense so I knew that if I can show this video to other youths who may be a part of the toxicity.
  • 5. What research did you undertake and how did it help develop your project? I started off my research looking at some existing products which I felt I could take some ideas and inspiration from. I looked at a YouTube video called 'Styling MAYA JAMA in 24 HOURS!' By a channel called PAQ. As PAQ are a popular channel for 16–24-year-olds I felt I needed to take some of the techniques which they use to engage that audience as it is the same audience which I planned to make my documentary for. I would say that I constructed my documentary in the structure of PAQs video in the sense of presenting a fashion aesthetic and then creating a montage/showcase video for the outfit or model in my case. I would also say that in this video it inspired me to make my documentary in a social media style as it fits my audiences' criteria. The showcases in the video included fast cutting to different angles and shot types which is seen throughout many social media videos and so I imitated this into my showcases. Another idea I took from the showcases was the choice in audio of the different outfits in PAQ's video. In their video they put on music which set with the theme of her outfit for example, she wears an outfit inspired by 1999 UK garage music, so PAQ played that 2000s garage music in the background. This idea improved my video as it helped set the tone for the different model and showed my audience a bit about that model's culture and influences. Another existing product which I research was a documentary called 'PASSION. A documentary on Streetwear and Its Influences' by' _shotbynick_'. I looked at this documentary because it had a similar concept to my idea it involved the theme. For my project I ended up taking the specific interview angle of a medium close up shot which shows the profile of the interviewee. Instead of using it in my interviews though, I used it as part of my narration throughout my documentary as it made my audience feel like I am speaking more directly to them which helps to keep the audience engaged in the documentary and adds a sense of emphasis on emotion which is what I used at the end of my documentary when mentioning the toxicity in youth fashion.
  • 6. Another existing product which I research and took inspiration from was a YouTube video called 'WHAT YOUR STYLE SAYS ABOUT YOU IN 2022'. In his video he is narrating Infront of images with green screen which are fashion related. As I was narrating as the filmmaker of my documentary, I took inspiration his sense of charisma when he spoke and narrated as I felt that it was really engaging and entertaining, so I knew that as a charismatic voice is something which my target audience prefer to view, I had to involve it when presenting my models showcase. Another existing product which I researched and took inspiration from was a music video for a song called '18 and over' by Nia archives. In the music video they use a 360 camera which looked cool, so I used one myself for my project. I think it made the skater showcase more fun and was just something different to show my audience to keep them engaged in the video. In my research I had to look at my target audience (16-24) and do some research on their most common interest which came out to be Music, Celebrity, influencers and Hobbies. I feel as though this bit of research was useful as it gave me a platform as to what I should be including in my video to fit the criteria however I only did a questionnaire. An improvement I could have made when doing my audience research would have been to do some interviews as it would have allowed my audience to tell me things more directly and have more insight as to what they enjoy rather than just typing in some quick answers. This led onto me asking my models a bit about their interests and Influences so that I had a complete understanding of what I could implement into their video showcases in the final project. My judgement of my research was effective because I learnt the key ideas about their culture which meant that I could really express my different models' personalities in the video. When plotting the idea of my idea for my documentary I didn’t have a full idea in my head of the style I could create it to until I started my research on the different types of documentary which people make. I found out about 3 different styles in expository, performative and interactive documentary and assessed which style I could make my documentary in to the best that I could make it. I think my research on this really helped because my video didn’t end up fitting a specific style. I took different conventions from each style to make my own original make for my documentary which is effective because a 16–24- year-old audience would prefer to see something new rather than the norm. It also made me happy because I wanted to avoid my documentary being unique and like everything else as that is the type of person I am. Going into my FMP I after the last project, I felt as though I needed to improve a little bit when it came to my camera knowledge as one of my biggest issues from that project was brightness and the look of my video so I did some research on camera settings, finding out what everything is and how I can adjust everything to look the way I would like it to. The key things I looked at were Apeture and ISO settings which I felt was a very good use of my research because I ended up filming in so many different areas with different lighting and if I didn’t know how to adjust the settings, a lot of my footage wouldn’t have come out as nice as I would have wanted it to. One thing which I wish I had done some more research on when it came to cameras was some more on videograoghy and techniques which people use to get cool cinematics as my video in my opinion needed more of a variety of filming techniques.
  • 7. How did you develop and improve your ideas throughout the project? My picturing of my documentary from the start of the project to how it ended up looking carries the same concept however had a couple of different ideas which came along the way which eventually bettered my result. One thing which I changed was the structure of the documentary. Initially I liked the idea of having quite a randomized structure to the video where instead of having an introduction, showcase and then an interview for my models, I wanted to bring up the different questions from the interviews and have them all answer one after the other while the showcase of them is playing Infront of the interview audio. This was until I realized that firstly although it is a unique way of making a documentary, It could have caused confusion to my audience as they wouldn’t know which model, they would like to focus their attention on and would lose their own structure instinct of the video. Secondly, It also would have taken away the emotion and indepthness of each showcase. I felt that with the way I made the documentary it gave the 2–3-minute section of each model a nice focus for my audience to understand them and their fashion culture in a clearer way. I felt that ways which my project improved was at the time of filming. This was due to some of the ideas and preferences which my models would have been preferred to be showcased in for example, Initially for Matt and Alfie's alt- streetwear fashion showcase I wanted it to be darker and edgier themed to correlate towards the color scheme of their fashion sense however, their personalities reflected differently to me, and they wanted to capture their more fun side of them hence why they were dancing and having more fun within their showcase. So instead, I changed things such as brightening my idea of color scheme for them however keeping a slight dingy darker aspect for them.
  • 8. What was the outcome of the project/task? Overall, I think that my documentary came at a good level outcome in the sense that I made a video which people can enjoy, be influenced by the fashion ideas and cultures which are showcased in it and can connect personally to the video in terms of the concept of toxicity within youth fashion. I am very proud of my editing skills which I leant and included in the video to give off the right ideas which I wanted to get into my audience's heads. I also felt happy as it was a project which I involved myself within to investigate on a topic which I have a lot of interest in, making it personal to me and a project which could only come from me compared to others in my class. There was lots of dilemmas throughout the journey of making the final product such as audio issues, availability of models and equipment however I felt as though I made the best outcome which I could of out of some of the issues along the way.
  • 9. Personal Response This section will explore your thoughts and feelings about the experience. This will help gain a understand of how your personal feelings may have impacted the final outcome.
  • 10. How did you feel about the project before you started? Before I began the project, I was very confident in my idea of the concept of the video. I explored multiple ways which I could format the video other than a documentary such as a video series. This could have worked well because it would have boosted the focus on each of my models showcases and could have allowed me to involve some different ideas into my main aim of the video however, I am happy that I concluded to make it in a documentary format as documentary had been something which I had been practicing and learning throughout my second year of college. I wanted to improve upon my last factual documentary video and make the concept about something which I am interested in more. Before the project began, I also wanted to involve all the skills which I have learnt in my first year where I made social media content in music videos to make sure that this project idea would benefit my media skillset to the best possible way. Obviously, I enjoyed the idea of what I wanted to make however I did have some doubts about whether it is something which I my audience would engage in, but I also knew that it was important that even though my audience may not be interested in other people's fashion sense, they would be presented to them and would give them an opinion and a sense of thought to carry away from it.
  • 11. Did you collaborate on your project or engage contributors, etc? For my project to work I needed my different models and sometimes a supportive crew member to help film or supervise the making of the documentary. The first model who featured in the documentary was Lloyd Goddard who represented skate fashion culture. I felt that Lloyd did a really good job as a model for my documentary especially for his interview as I felt that he gave a clear response which will have educated my audience. Lloyd however wasn’t as confident when it came to photo taking and filming of him skating on his own so that’s involved the members of '03SkateCrew' as models. They were very useful in the making of their showcase as they were eager to express their culture and talent which made me happy as I got to capture them in their real atmosphere and surrounding. The third model I'd included in my documentary was Hope Smith who I felt modelled well for my documentary. Although she isn't an actual model, she did well to imitate my directing for her showcase as she successfully gave off the edgy and gothic theme alongside her clothes. Initially hope was meant to be joined alongside a girl named piper who follows the same fashion aesthetic as hope however due to her busy scheduled with her exams running at the same time as my planned filming days, She couldn’t be involved which was a shame as piper would have had some good ideas when it came to the interview. My fourth and fifth models for my documentary were Matt Turley and Alfie Horwell who I felt were the most confident and expressive models in the documentary which I really appreciated. They were natural Infront of camera and gave some good words when it came to their view on the toxicity within youth fashion. Somebody who helped a lot in sections of my project was my friend Olly Taylor as although it was mostly unplanned, he would be there to supervise while I filmed to insure safety of us all or sometimes would help to film another angle of something for me.
  • 12. Evaluating the project In the previous sections, you have been commenting upon the project development. The evaluation may include some similar information but it will also include critical comment. An evaluation must include information about the good and bad points of the project and it is important to be honest. Finally, you should make a judgment about the effectiveness of the success of the project
  • 13. What were the good points about the project/task and what did you learn from them? [try and think of at least 3, more if possible] One thing which went well in my project was my themed editing when it came to the different showcases. I'd intended to make every single showcase look completely different and give off different connotations to my audience so that they felt engaged, and the documentary structure didn’t feel repetitive. For example, In Lloyd and the skaters showcase I went for a 90s theme by adding old camera burns, a slight grain, a HipHop song which they associate with and graffiti writing text titles. This worked well because it all related and worked well together to give the overall connotation of the skate culture to my audience, connecting and engaging them more to the characters I included in the documentary. Another thing that went well in my project was the variety of different camera techniques and tools that I managed to include throughout the filming. For the skater's video, I used the 360 camera as I felt that It was appropriate to capture the cool dynamics of the skaters. For Hope's video I used a fisheye lends as it gave a nice POV perspective to make the audience feel enagaged with hope as if they are there with her. For matt and alfies video I didn’t feel as though I should have involved a different camera technique as I wanted some sort of normality in the shots I filmed in the documentary. By including such a variety in my shots, I think it kept my video from getting boring as there was always something new that my audience had to enagage with.Another thing that went well in my project was my narration and structuring in between the showcases. After my research on existing products and looking at how people can project their voice and show a level of character infront of camera I would say that I took it well into consideration and appled it within the intermissons, introduction and conslusion to the documentary. I think it worked effectivley as well because of the way which I did it which included techniques such as a charismatic voice and a medium shot where I am centered and looking directly into the camera and the audience. I felt like one specific thing which worked well and was appriciated by my audience was the topic of toxicity which I'd involved in the end. I'd inteded for my structure to go as all the showcases are shown so that my audience gets to know all my models and then everything comes together at the end where they call discuss to my audience about toxicity in youth fashion. It left the documentary on an emotional ending which meant the audience had something to think about and sit on after the documentary finished.
  • 14. What challenges did you face and how did you respond to them? Try and think of at least 3... One challenge that I faced initially was that my documentary was very boring with its structure in the sense that my narration parts were just 2 minutes of me staring towards the camera and talking. As one of my biggest priorities of my video were to make it in a social medi style which is constantly engaging, I knew that I had to change some of the narration to voice over infront of stock footage that is relevant to what I am talking about. Doing this increased the general tempo of the documentary making it all way easier to consume for my audience.Another challenge which I faced when making my documentary was constant loading, lag issues and rendering. Throughout my time of editing, I had spent a lot of time importing all my footage as a lot of it was shot in HD or through the 360 camera. Uploading footage was something which I didn’t quite anticipate being an issue. Once the footage was imported it wasn’t easy to be chopping up and edting the clips which were lagging on preview due to them not being rendered and when I was rendering them, they would take a while to complete. My response to these issues were that I had to cut down and choose only my favourite and most relevant clips as if I'd have involved everything it would have taken me too long. I also altered my scheduele in production by editing some of lloyd and the skaters showcase in the week I should have been doing hopes showcase.Another challenge which I faced when making my documentary was that one of my models Piper ws unavailable to for filming for when I had planned to. I initially intened for her and hope to model together to represent the goth culture fashion aesthetic however due to pipers' exams and education commitments, she couldn’t be ther for the filming. This didn’t phase me to much anyway as I knew when planning my filming that I should have more than one model for each fashion aesthetic so that if one of them isn't available there was always the other one to be there to do it.
  • 15. What were the negative points about the experience, and what could you have done to improve them? One thing which was an issue when making my FMP was the inconsistency in audio levels throughout the project. At points like lloyds interview, the audio comes throug very quiet compared to hopes interview where the audio I would say was too loud. The whole documentary would have felt way more proffesional if it had a consistent steadiness in its audio level in which could have been solved by using things such as audio recorders or clip on mics. In Hopes interview the issue was that it was filmed underneath a bridge which meant that you could hear the cars going past above. This got in the way of what hope was explaining which made it unclear fir my audience to understand her. Although the setting fit well for the interview, I probably should have moved to a quiter location so that it was clear and not interupted. Another negative which I would have given my project was my use of framing shots, especially in the interviews. I should have been more aware of my models' head space on screen in hope and lloyds interview. The Camera which I sued to film them has a 9-box guide on display when filming which I should have used to get a better shot as their heads reached the top of the screen. Another negative point of my documentary i think is my use of graphics on screen. It obviously was very important for me to include the images I used to narrate what my models were saying to my audience in the goal to educate the audience however I am not happy with how static they come on and off the screen. The transition is very sharp in which to improve it I could have added some sort of animation for them entering and leaving the screen.
  • 16. How would you rate the final piece? [think along the lines of poor, satisfactory, good or excellent...justify your rating] I would rate my final piece at a 'good' level because I felt as though it had Improved dramatically upon my last documentary project. The final video showed a clear concept to my audience of me investigating several youths on their culture and influences and learning about why they dress in the way they do which was my intention to begin with. I would say that my editing skills within the video have reached a good standard as I have included more of a variety of editing tehniques which also have been used strategically to fit certain purpose for my audience which I feel is a level above some of the basic editing effects and techniques that I have used previously. I also think that aesthetically the documentary is pleasing to watch for my targetted 16- 24-year-old audience due to the colour and filter overlaying I have created and applied throughout the documentary. I would rate my filming and the way the documentary was shot at a good level. I am happy with the way I successfully fulfiled lots of my ideas by using different dynamics of filming purposefully to signify different connitations and themes to my audience. I think if I didn’t include more equitment like my 360 camera and fisheye lens then my video would have been very vanilla and look a lot like things which I have made in the past. Obviously, the goal was for the video to reach an excellent level however there are elements to the video which didn’t reach the rest of the standard for example, audio.
  • 17. How did you design apeal to your target audience? My target audience are of a 16–24-year-old age range of which I did lenty of research to find out how the design of my documentary could best suite my audiences desires. One strategy of design which I used to appeal to my target audience was to have large bold titles appearing on screen to introduce the showcases. On purpose I specifically only included the titles 'Presenting' and 'Name of Model' as it is short and enough for my audience to read to become engaged with whats on the screen. I also made sure that these titles were very large eye catching to the audience which also an effective way of keeing the video exciting to watch. Having a colourful theme throughout the documentary by involving lots of colour overlays and shooting in colourful environments was a strategy I used to make my documentary appeal to my target audience. The colour overlays that I used for example, bright green and red for hopes shoecase and bright blue and red for matt and alfies showcase, catch the eye of my audience with the constant changing and flashing between themselves which is a sight appealing to a teenage audience. As I wanted my overall documentary to have a good spirit to it, filming on brighter and sunnier days made the video more vibrant and happier which is something my audience would prefer to see. A 16–24-year-old spends a lot of their time around socila media which is always edited in a certain style to fit the criteria of a teenagers liking. Although I was making a documentary film, I knew that I wanted to base it through a social media design which involves fast cutting, eye catching colours and charismatic narration which are all thigs which I felt I implemented into my video.
  • 18. Analysis In this section, you will focus on the details of the project and make sense of what happened in the project. You should demonstrate how your decisions informed the project development and the success of the outcome.
  • 19. How did your skills develop during the portfolio? [remember, skills aren't just technical, remember things like organisation, time management, communication, etc as well] During the project I developed many skills which i didn’t have before in lots of ways. One example of a skill which developed was my overall editing ability and understandng of the way a video is supossed look aesthetically. I watched videos and researched how people edit to make videos pleasing with more purpose behind it which is something I havent involved in a project before until now. Another thing which I have developed my skills in has been photography and still image editing. As I have always made video, I have never really had to take photos for any of my projects however I felt that to put focus on my model's fashion sense some photograpghs would have fitted well. I attempted plenty of different angled shots from my video knowledge and had some practice in adobe photoshop editing the look of the photos which I took which i am quite proud of. I think that a skill has improved throughout my FMP compared to before was my organisation when it came to footage. Previously I have had issues from losing work during computer wipes of them being lost in tons of files on my desktop and so using folders on OneDrive for my documents and different folders for each of my showcase's footage helped me know exactly where to find everything which meant my production was much more efficient and quicker. I also feel as though my organisation with actors and the plannig of where I needed evryone at what time worked very smoothly and successfully. Before this project if didn’t hve someone to do something for filming then I wouldn't have a calculated solution and would have to improvise a way forward however, the strategy I used this FMP by having multiple models for each filming day worked out well and allowed to not have any major inconvininces. When it came to time management of my project i would say that I developed positivley from previous projects however, I think that there could still be room for improvement as at times on filming days I didn’t give myself or prioritised enough time towards perfecting some of the shots I took from my shot list plan.
  • 20. What meaning and messages did you want to convey and were you successful? My whole meaning for the documentary since the day i began making it was that i wanted to invite youth community to appriciate the diverse variety in youth fashion. I think that i was successful in my attempt to do this as through my editing skills the model looked great regardless of whether they followed a fashion aesthetic which someone in the audience may not wear or prefer themselves. I thik that if they didnt appriciate the model then they will at least just enjoy the video which shows some sort of appriciation towards the culture of the model which is good. Another meaning to the documentary which I wanted to convey was the idea of influencing the audience into trying one of the fashion aesthetics showcased which didn’t work exactly how I planned. From my feedback, my audience werent necessarily influenced to try another fashion aesthetic however, they explained how they follow one of the fashion cultures which I showcased and have gained some influence from the model and what they wear. Although this wasn’t my initial plan for them to think that I am definatley happy that they have taken that sense of influence from my video. One of the messages which I wanted to imply within the documentary was the element of toxicity within youth fashion culture. I wanted my audiencene to relate to some of the toxicity which has happened towards one of my models and their fashion sense or think about how they may have contributed towards toxicity within youth fashion which I would say successfully worked as from reviews on the documentary, people would say that they felt connected to some of the models and went through similar experiences to them.
  • 21. What feedback did you get from your peers and viewings? 1st feeback response: overall i really like the way the documentary was structured where it would be you talking about who you are going to interview and what sort of style they have and then the amazingly edited montages to suit their specific style really just added so much character to your project, i also loved how raw the interviews where as i felt it really suited the environment the interviews where set in and therefore they didn't feel out of place. the way each montage was a direct representation of not only them but also their style i felt just showed how well you edited it and the effort that was clearly put in, also i really liked how even though at times it could be comedic the ending really changed the tone and went on to talk about something important and that mood change also helped push that message across. to improve i just feel the audio could of been cleared up a bit although i know the settings of the interviews make that hard and i also feel it was a bit long and could of maybe been shortened in certain parts just so it didn't drag on as much. overall i really liked it and i feel it was what you where going for and I think you executed the idea really well and really showed off the information you wanted to.
  • 22. What feedback did you get from your peers and viewings? 2nd feeback response: The audio for your interviewees was hard to hear in some areas. It would have been best if you would have either held the microphone closer to them or interviewed them in a quieter area. There was some hissing/buzzing from the microphone as well. You could have added a filter over the audio in premier (de- hummer/de-noiser) this would have reduced the buzz down. In my opinion there was no need to put 'The End' I think it would have flowed better with the visual and audio fading out to black and then the credits roll at the end. Some areas I think you would have been best with a shoulder mount/tripod. Especially when interviewing at the skate park with Lloyd. Be aware of head space when interviewing too. You need just the right amount of space between the head and the top of where you are shooting. Hope's head cuts off the top of the screen for example, the same goes for Matt and Alfie's interview. Look at Matt's head, the top has been cut off due to the shot.
  • 23. What feedback did you get from your peers and viewings? 3rd Feedback response: I think it was very good I would say very inforative to someone who knows nothing about fashion such as myself. AT at parts the commentary was cutting you off at times but apart from that it was really good 4th feeback response: I like it. The editing was great and i didn’t feel bored at all throughout. The only thing is when when hope was naming artists maybe you could have added them on screen because it gives us something else to focus on.
  • 24. Feeback summary Overall, i am happy with the feeback that I received as a lot of the positive comments which I got were intentional things that I added to give off the messege or meaning that they received. My 1st feedback response identified that my purposeful editing suggested the model's character well and added a lot of character to the documentary overall. They also enjoyed the change in mood and tone towards the end of my documentary which theyre referencing the toxicity part. I am hapy with this as the emotional tone was so different to the happy and charismatic main section of the video. Response 3 made me happy because my intention to make it for all youths worked seeing as though they mention that they have no interest in fashion but felt that the video was informative. This suggets to me that although they may not of enagged with the whole fashion concept, it was a video which they enjoyed watching. Again, from repsonse 4, I am happy that they could appriciate my effort put into editing as they said it was good. I think that the editing was a big part played into the comment suggesting that she never felt bored throughout the video which is another success. Negative feeback which I received are things which I 100% agree on such as audio. Resonse 1 & 2 suggest that at parts it was unclear and too loud which is something which I know I will need to improve upon next time with solutions such as microphones or better slection of places to film. Another negative which I didn’t ientify was how the interview was filmed as resonse 2 wasnt happy with how hope and lloyds heads were at the top of the screen during their interview. I will have to consider for next time that I work on my framing to get the best shot.
  • 25. What knowledge have you gained that would help you in the future to improve your project? Also, what knowledge from academic literature and professionals has helped and why? After aking this documentary i have gained lots of knowledge and understanding about documetary video as I have taken loads and loads of information from the different styles of documentary in which in the future when I attempt to make more, I will be able to apply these different ideas and conventions that I have learnt about into an improved documentary from this one. My knowldege within filming has imporve in lanty fo ways, One thing I have learnt is how to use a 360 camera and a new editing software to edit it. This was something which I was afraid to do however I went for it, and it ended up turning out to look great. Obviously, I had only learnt some of the basics however I am sure that in the future whenever i am shooting video will spend more time using a 360 camera and improve my skills when using it. As I plan to continue studying and making media gaining the knowledge around a camera and its setting will help me in the future shoot more thing at a better standard as I learnt the basics when it came to brightness correction however, there is lenty more that I can learn. Making my first attempt at using still image within videos has taught me some good basics in photograpghy which i am eager to experiment with in the future.
  • 26. Action Plan This section will identify what you would do differently in the future and identify ways you could develop.
  • 27. If you were making a similar project in the future, what would you do differently? A possibility in the future would be to take the concept from this documentary and make it into a documentary series where i still showcase different fashion aesthetics but go into more detail with them. Within this I would improve upon all the issue and erros i went through in this project like focusing more time on audio correction. I would like to chage the structure of the videos and implement the interviews within the showcasing as although it would make the structure of the overall documenary slightly confusing, it engaging and gives the audience a convisation to be involved with throughout the video. I think that in this documentary i didnt put enough emphasis on the clothes and focussed too much on the model, their culture and characteristics so in fucture i will showcase the clothing a little bit more.
  • 28. How could you develop your skills for future projects? Please identify the appropriate resources and courses. For example, webpages, tutorials, books, short courses and qualifications. To improve my skills in the future i will need to spend some extra time looking at tutorials and testing out new ways and styles to edit things as i did to learn a lot of the contents within my documentary I made for this. Websites can also be useful for step-by-step tutorials on how to make certain effects to better an overall showcase. As I have developed a certain style of editing in social media style through making music videos and a socila media video, finding the resources to my future rojects should be easy as there are also plenty of examples which I will see every day as social media is what I am around every day. When I travel to University to continue media production, some of the proffesionals there will also give me guidance forward on new skills which I can pick to better my ability in making video which will eventuallu lead to a proffesional level.
  • 29. What personal attributes could you develop to ensure you are working at a professional level? I would say that to put myself at a proffesional level I will need to go back on my work to reshoot and perfect. When making this documentary I would film or edit something and imrovise with what I had. I do sympothise for myself as making things like montages are hard to plan and felt as though it was easier to make on the sot when cutting to the beat. This also applies to when I am out filming my models in their natural surroundings, I want it to be as natural as possible however some of the most proffesional documentaries will always plan and perfect every different shot to make it work.