From our chosen case study, #Selfie #NoFilter by Patrick Kelly, we identified the affordance of interaction as we felt that a selfie when shared online allowed for interaction between people.
Sketch 1.2 is a piece of people walking on the street. I did a sketch before that people interacted with their phone at room, because previous one was shot at night and in a small room, so this time, I tried to catch people who interacted with their hand devices in the street.
In this sketch, we can see that there were a few people walking on street, the lady who walk straight awards for me was holding her cell phone on her hand. at the same time another man was calling somebody at that time. They did the interaction with their phone on the street, but for me from the different perspective, I wanted to use my phone to catch up the beautiful sunset views, I used my phone to record the sunset, this was my interaction with that moment, on the other hand , the people who in my camera frame, they used their phone to do the interaction for themselves. They focused on they own business and miss the beautiful sunset view. But for me, I am luck to catch this moment.
Sketch 1.2 was filmed outside on a bright , sunny day and therefore was relatively easy to get good shots. The one problem that the camera was waggle. It hard to tell which frames were the main view that I wanted to catch on. It looks more like a normal shoot without any thoughtful meanings.