9th Camera & Edit
LED (10 Years)
LCD (3 Years)
PLASMA (no more)
C.R.T (no more)
Drop a Field
1920 x 1080 H.D (1080p)
4k 4096×2160 (2160p)
Aperture, ISO,Shutter Speed
Hole (Pupil) Iris
Small apeture -Large number
Large apeture – Small number
f8 & be there
f/32 D.O.F (Depth Of Field)
f/1.4 focus near
Fixed (Prime) 1x focal lens
International organisation of standardisation
Sensitivity of film to light
e.g freeze each frame sharpness.
ISO 100 – ISO 3200
100 -> 400 small aperture
the higher the number smaller it is (f2.4/8)
Indoor Sport – Low ISO high aperture
Concert – high ISO because low light in the place – low aperture if darker
Museum of art – low ISO (lighting will be good) – higher aperture
Chinese new year – high ISO – low aperture
Shut – light sensor – shut – exposed
take LED lights helps with settings
I took part in a mock interview with Luke and Foxy and Luke was the Interviewer and Foxy was the camera man, I was asked questions about were I had previous worked e.g Next. I am reflecting on my interview mainly about how I can could improve on my interview techniques because I messed up during my mock interview because I couldn’t think of anything to say once I was asked a question, I felt like this was due to knowing the people who was interviewing me as I find it awkward as I know who was intervening me were as if it was some complete stranger interviewing me I wouldn’t of been nervous at all because i have had 3 interviews for jobs and I didn’t feel nervous at all and I was successful in all three of them.
For me, the most important and relevant issue was learning that I didn’t have the confidence to answer the questions I was asked. At the time I felt I would be completely fine when it came to interview I didn’t think at all that it could go wrong due to my previous job interviews I have had, I thought this would be just the same. Alternatively this is probably due to me being nervous about being interviewed by someone I knew. This is unlike me because I am normally a very confident person and I am normally able to speak on the spot and answer questions to the best of my ability, This demonstrates that I was unaware of how I would react and act towards being interviewed by people I knew.
Having experienced the mock interview process with a interviewer I knew I now realize how I can reflect upon how the process went and how I can improve and develop my interview skills, most importantly I have learned more about myself and that I should try and practice the STAR method because if I can apply this to my answer to a question next time I am interviewed for a job etc. I am a lot more likely to be successful in getting the job or whatever I may be applying for.
I have significantly developed my knowledge of how to improve next time I have an interview and what I struggle with in a interview so I can remember where I went wrong and what went well however, I have not improved though as the mock interview didn’t go very well but I now have some knowledge of what I must do next time to improve.
This makes me feel more confident if this was to happen again as I now know what I must do to prepare for the interview and how I must answer my the questions when asked and this using the STAR method as it. is a great way to explain and promote yourself to the interviewer.
This knowledge will be important to me as a learner because I will now have the knowledge to know what I must do in my next interview. Because I did not do well in my mock interview I will now need to reflect on what went wrong which is such as not being able to come up with an answer for a question I was asked and and being more confident on the spot.
As a next step, I need to practice using the STAR method next time I have an interview if I get the chance I will also try and use this in my interviews for university. i will also need to learn how to think quickly on the spot and be more prepared next as I am now aware that I was too confident that I would be fine but it turns out I wasn’t at all prepared.
What (Returning to the situation)
- is the purpose of returning to this situation?
- exactly occurred in your words?
- what did you see and do what was your reaction to the questions?
- were your feelings at the time
- are your feelings now? are there any differences? why?
- were the effects of what you did (or did not do)?
- “good” emerged from the situation, e.g.. for self/others?
- were your experiences in comparison to your colleagues?
- are the main reasons for feeling differently from your colleagues etc?
- are the implications for you, your colleagues, the patient etc?
- needs to happen to alter the situation?
- are you going to do about the situation?
- happens if you decide not to alter anything?
- might you do differently if faced with a similar situation again?
- information do you need to face a similar situation?
- Provide a summary of the issues explored
- Remind the reader of purpose of the essay
- Suggest an appropriate course of action in relation to the needs identified in the body of the essay.
Looking to the past (tense)
Theory present tense
GIBBS model of reflection –
step 1: What happened? e.g i was interviewd with Foxy and Luke
step 2: What were your feelings/emotions? e.g I felt nervous about being interviewed with people I already knew and I didn’t like the lights being shined onto me.
step 3: What was good and what was bad? e.g I barely spoke in the interview and messed it up nothing really went well apart from I managed to speak when foxy spoke to me.
step 4: What sense can you make of the situation? e.g I didn’t follow the STAR method and I was too nervous so it didn’t go as well as I wish it did.
step 5: Conclude generally? Specially about your response
Feeling at the time of the event