For today's review, we were told to bring in test shots from the last couple of weeks to review where we currently were with in the project. This would allow people to receive feedback but also talk about what problems or issues they are having. Thought-out the peer review, we talked about how we wanted the work to be seen in a mass scale and how we wanted (as Photographers) to be represented in the world.
All of the group talked about the way we wanted to show the project, from landscapes, portraits, still life and moving image, we discussed the possible ways the photographer could change aspects or improve aspect to have a greater meaning.
For myself, the feedback I needed most was about the way the model could stand and represent themselves. the image to the side was a quick photo shoot, where me and the model worked together to see how the images could look and how comfortable the model was in front of the camera. this helped me understand how to talk and keep the model feeling comfortable while having their image taken. From the session, I was given advice on the way the model should stand and how me as the photographer should not be afraid to move the model or talk to the model if needed. This feedback would push me outside my comfort zone, as I can be quite shy around new people. It also gave me chance to hear back from peers I normally do not talk to and gave me insight to how they see my work compared to others I normally talk to.