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Internship log

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Guilherme Fernandes | 3º Multi

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I did my internship in Italy through the Erasmus+ program. I traveled to Italy on March 1st and started my internship on the 4th.

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The company where I did my internship is called Impressione, and it specializes in audiovisual and design. My supervisor in Italy was Vittoriano, who guided me through the company and introduced me to the types of activities we would undertake during the program.

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On my first day of work, I was introduced to Affinity Photo 2 and Final Cut Pro. These were programs I was not used to, and Vittorini taught me how to utilize the techniques of these applications. I edited some photos and performed color correction on several videos.

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Other activities I undertook included capturing footage and photographing various events, as well as working on a photoshoot for a clothing brand. We traveled to Pescara, a coastal city, and conducted the photoshoot with a model.

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My relationship with my boss and colleagues was very good. There was a lot of communication, and they always helped me whenever I needed something. I learned a lot about the professional world from them, as they are excellent professionals.

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The work environment was excellent. I worked with professional Apple computers, and the workspace was always clean and comfortable.

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Five things I learned from this internship: 1. Advanced photo and video editing techniques using Affinity Photo 2 and Final Cut Pro. 2. Effective communication and teamwork in a professional setting. 3. The process of organizing and executing a photoshoot, including location scouting and working with models. 4. The importance of maintaining a clean and comfortable work environment for productivity. 5. Practical insights into the audiovisual and design industry, enhancing my understanding of professional standards and practices.

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Despite the excellent communication in the workplace, I occasionally had difficulty understanding what my boss and colleagues were saying because they were not fluent in English and often spoke in Italian. Fortunately, I was able to understand Italian most of the time.

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