To hand in planning for. Trailer Poster/DVD Website. Success criteria. Level 3 The candidate is expected to demonstrate proficiency in the creative use of most of the following technical skills: use IT appropriately for the task set;
The candidate is expected to demonstrate proficiency in the creative use of
most of the following technical skills:
use IT appropriately for the task set;
show understanding of conventions of layout and page design;
show awareness of the need for variety in fonts and text size;
accurate use of language and register;
appropriately integrating illustration and text;
framing a shot, including and excluding elements as appropriate;
using a variety of shot distances as appropriate;
shooting material appropriate to the task set;
selecting mise-en-scène including colour, figure, lighting, objects and setting;
manipulating photographs as appropriate to the context for presentation, including within text, within particular IT programmes, cropping and resizing.
Where a candidate has worked in a group, a proficient contribution to construction is evident.
The candidate is expected to demonstrate excellence in the creative use of most of the following technical skills:
Take your images needed for your poster.
Remember to take too many images.
My advice is Google photography techniques
and filet out the relevant information. You will
never be a master photographer over night but you
can use hints and tips to help your product.
Use this lesson to layout your elements. Maybe
try one or two different layouts until you are
Happy. Save a few copies as you progress.
When you are happy save your file as a PNG(This
keeps layers separate.)
What effects can you use?
What is optimisation?
What are your options?
These are the main two. JPEG is a smaller image
which compresses like colours. As your product is
for print it will probably be worth keeping it as a
PNG despite the huge file size.