252MC Creative Brief.

Creative brief.

Set up and shoot 3 sets of images. There must be 10 or more images in each set.

  • Set 1: entitled ‘Work’.
  • Set 2: entitled ‘Rest’.
  • Set 3: entitled ‘Play’.

The images must be your own work and capture the essence of the module in terms of ‘digital media’.

The production process and creative research should be blogged throughout – subject/location/equipment/rationale/post production ect.

You may replace one set of images with a video exploring the replaced title theme. This video should be no less than 30 seconds and no more than 2 minutes in length.

Image sets must be displayed either via WordPress plug-ins or on static pages hosted on your sever-space.

NB: It is up to you to interpret and research the brief.

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~ by victoriasimkissphotography on January 7, 2014.

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