As part of the 'Professional Practice' module, we have started to have small peer review groups in which the group is split into smaller groups (approximately 6 per group) and we discuss the concepts, imagery and test shots we have already created. These sessions allow everyone with in the group to receive feedback on what they could possible do with the project and how they could push the project further.
As this was the first peer review we had had, my group decided to talk about each project in depth and show the practice shots we had created to discuss possible changers and improvements. The group B session gave each person time to receive the feedback they required for example: for myself, I wanted to explain the bases to my project and have a quick review on the bases, talking about how the project will change media representation and what could the images contain to demonstrate what I am trying to portray. The peer groups were a great additional to the course because although we receive feedback from crits, this gave us a opportunity to sit down and discuss in depth what we wanted to produce.