Wednesday, 10 February 2010

Friday, 5 February 2010

Final shots

we dont like this photo because he doesnt look frightened enough. 2
we chose this photo because we like the way he shows his expressions.

we dont like this photo because he isnt expressing himself as much as we need.4

we dont like this photo because he just looks casual and not frightened by anything.
we chose number 4 because he looks frightened and shocked by what he is seeing.

1 We dont like this photo because she looks like she is pouting. 2 We dont like this photo because she looks like she is about to laugh again.

We dont like this photo because the background isnt clear.
We dont like this photo because she looks like she is about to laugh.

5 We dont like this photo because she doesnt look worried or scared.
6 We dont like this photo because she is looking into the camera.


we chose number 7 because she looks upset and serious. her face is hiding her hair to make her look more ashamed and scared.

Friday, 29 January 2010

Practise shots

we took this shot to show that i was hiding under neath the table to get away and to show i was scared. The sheet beside me is to show the list i made of what i am scared of, you cant see clearly but 'computer' and 'phone' is listed. i have my legs tucked up and my head on my knees to show im scared and i am looking down at my list.
We also used this shot because this was more expression that i was being slapped. you can see the computer screen and would have been able to see the arm once was edited.

This shot has been taken from the back of the computer to show my facial expressions. Once this would have been edited there would have been an arm coming from the computer screen about to hit my face, to represent that i am being bullied from a computer and to show how i am really feeling inside.

Friday, 22 January 2010


This poster is showing a young girl using a computer. The computer has a fist coming out towards the girl, representing the girl getting bullied. Our message across is 'sticks and stones will break my bones but words will always hurt me' to show that people saying things to each other, calling eachother names ect. can hurt just as much. We are going ahead with this design.
This poster is showing a girl crying and holding up a piece of paper that says everything she is scared of. we have wrote 'Computer' in bigger and bolder writing compared to the rest to show that she is scared of her computer which kids should not be scared of and this is due to cyber-bullying.

This poster shows a girl reading a text message of off her phone and at the same time an arm coming out of the screen about to slap her, this is also 'sticks and stones may break my bones but words will always hurt me'. This is showing that the text message she is reading was an abusive text.

This poster is showing a girl sitting in the corner of a room hiding down the side of the cubards, while leaving her list of things she is scared of on the table away from her as she is scared. The list includes 'phone' and 'computer' two things you are not ment to be scared of. we are showing a kid scared of these things to represent cyber-bullying.

This poster is another design of a girl sitting at her computer while getting kicked. The leg kicking the girl is to represent nasty abuse. Nasty abuse the girl is reading and how she is really feeling.

In our thumbnails we have both realise that our designs are always affecting girls. In our final poster there will be a boy included.

Friday, 8 January 2010

My thoughts on the NSPCC and childline.

I personally think that the NSPCC is a good charity, it makes kids realise that there is always someone there that will care and look after them if worse comes to worse. the NSPCC makes their charity campaign obvious what it is about, any advertising they do is always clear. The charity looks friendly. For the people that NSPCC applies to gives a kind and loving atmosphere and are sure they know what they are talking about, its someone to talk to and that nothing will be said again, people you can trust. The childline is a great way to help too, online or a phone call.

Research for charity campaign.

The NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) is the leading UKs number one charity campaign, specialising in child protection and to prevent child abuse. It first took of in 1884 and was found by Angela Burdett-Coutts. The teams are based throughout England, Wales and Northen Ireland. The children helpline is open 24 hours.

The full stop campaign.
The FULL STOP Appeal was launched alongside the Campaign in 1999. It set out to raise £250 million over and above normal fundraising, to support the extraordinary amount of work that the NSPCC would need to do.
The Appeal closed in March 2007, having met and exceeded its target amount. Supported by millions of people, it has enabled the FULL STOP Campaign to make incredible progress. The NSPCC is now able to support thousands more children and young people who have suffered abuse and neglect, and prevent problems arising for many others. Our public education campaigns, lobbying and partnerships have all helped to change the way society thinks and behaves towards children.

Annual review.

Childline is the UK’s free, confidential helpline for children and young people. Trained volunteers are on hand to provide advice and support,by phone and online, 24 hours a day. Whenever and wherever childrenneed us, we’ll be there.