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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;

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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;

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.


Level 4

The candidate is expected to demonstrate excellence in the creative use of most of the following technical skills:

  • using IT appropriately for the task set;

  • showing understanding of conventions of layout and page design;

  • showing 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, an excellent contribution to construction is evident.


Making DVD cover/Poster

Tasks

  • Photography.

  • Getting your elements onto your canvas.

  • Editing the poster/DVD.

  • Final product and optimisation.


USE YOUR DESIGN

Canvas sizes.

  • DVD outline is on my weebly.

  • Canvas size use the same as your magazine cover from last year.


Photography

1 lesson

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.

http://pixeltango.com/articles/photography-articles/20-useful-photography-techniques-for-snapping-beautiful-pictures/


Getting your elements onto your canvas.

1lesson

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.)


Editing the poster/DVD.

2 lessons

What effects can you use?

  • Brightness

  • Blur

  • Drop shadow

  • Use of layers to focus upon a particular point.

  • Google editing techniques.


Final product and optimisation.

1 lesson

What is optimisation?

What are your options?

PNG

JPEG

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.


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