23th Apeture

2th Colour

9th Camera & Edit

16th Compression

23th Testing



Vimeo Pace


LED (10 Years)

LCD (3 Years)

PLASMA (no more)

C.R.T (no more)

70 DPI

De- Intenrlace

Drop a Field

1920 x 1080 H.D (1080p)

4k 4096×2160 (2160p)

Moving Image

Aperture, ISO,Shutter Speed


Hole (Pupil) Iris

Diaphragm (Size)



Stills Photography

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


Variable Apeture


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)

  1. Light?
  2. Grain?
  3. Legs?
  4. Moving?

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

Shutter Speed

Shut – light sensor – shut – exposed


Aperture (Iris)

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.

Rifles Model

What (Returning to the situation)

  1. is the purpose of returning to this situation?
  2.  exactly occurred in your words?
  3. what did you see and do what was your reaction to the questions?


So What

  1. were your feelings at the time
  2. are your feelings now? are there any differences? why?
  3. were the effects of what you did (or did not do)?
  4. “good” emerged from the situation, e.g.. for self/others?
  5. were your experiences in comparison to your colleagues?
  6. are the main reasons for feeling differently from your colleagues etc?

Now What

  1. are the implications for you, your colleagues, the patient etc?
  2. needs to happen to alter the situation?
  3. are you going to do about the situation?
  4. happens if you decide not to alter anything?
  5. might you do differently if faced with a similar situation again?
  6. information do you need to face a similar situation?


  1. Provide a summary of the issues explored
  2. Remind the reader of purpose of the essay
  3. 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

Reflection Models

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

Schon (Reflection-In-Action)

Experiencers process


Feeling at the time of the event