Carney and I have made a storyboard for any additional shots we needed. It is vital that we plan our shoot to ensure it goes how we want it to with as few setbacks as possible. By doing this it will help give us a clear break down of what the different shots we need to get, meaning that we will not wonder into our narrative shot blindly and this should ensure we gather enough footage and will not struggle when it comes to editing.
This is our 3rd draft of our music video ‘Bellyache’. Things that have changed since our previous draft include:
Pictured below is an example of a dating website that I created with a typical fan of my genre. This was very helpful because it helped me to picture the target audience I am aiming the video at so it is useful to keep them in mind.
I researched on YouGov, trying to find out information for demographics and psychographics of a typical fan of Billie Eilish, in order to cater to them in order to be more successful with our video. However I couldn’t find her specifically so I chose a similar artist to her of the same genre, Melanie Martinez.
Here is a screencastify review from our teacher, Mrs Cobb. Here are some key points that she raised.
Here is Draft 2 of our music video, we have a few gaps to fill in with the upcoming shoot, however we are generally pleased with how it’s going,
For our narrative shoot, we filmed conventionally to the genre of electropop, using conventional angles and shot distances and dressed them in stereotypical outfits of our genre.and we filmed more than we thought was necessary in order to have ample coverage.