This is my 4th draft of my music video, we have added lots more including:
After effects, such as echo’s
Video transitions, including fades in’s & out’s
Lumetri colour, using curves and colour wheels
Adjustment layers, also incorporating Lumetri colour.
Feedback from a peer, what he liked about the video:
The mise-en-scene used,
The fast paced cuts in time with the beat of the video,
The shot of the burning daisy, with the colour correction effects…
One of my peers mentions how there isn’t much to improve on as he really likes the video, he said if we were to do anything we should focus on the last minute, and keep the pace as consistently fast, like the rest of the music video. Over the next couple of days, this is what my group will look at when improving our music video.
This is our third draft of our music video, what we have changed is our performance shots as we were unsatisfied with our last shoot therefore re-shot the performance at my house. We have asked fellow media students to give us some peer feedback on our music video, this is the feedback we have received:
My group had to reshoot our performance as we were not happy with the result of our last shoot, however we liked the red costume we used within our shots therefore we stuck to this costume. As yo will see in our Production Meeting Agenda here:
We knew what shots we had to collect in this shoot therefore we didn’t need many photos for our storyboard, it was also a short shoot and we would have run out of time with any more shots than we thought of on our storyboard. Here is a photo of our storyboard for our second performance shoot.
For my audience ideologies I couldn’t find Sinead Harnett on YouGov.com, therefore I looked at similar artists within the Indie-Pop/R&B genre, such as Rita Ora, we included interests, demographics and political views. We would like our target audience to decode as we have a few hidden messages and symbols within our video and we hope this gives a preferred reading of our music video to our target audience, therefore we discovered what the common psychographics and demographics of our target audience, this may also help with social interaction as they will talk with friends about the symbols within the video. This is their profile below.
Here is my audience ideology of a girl I created, as I think she would be into our music and here are the type of things she is interested in. This helped me to discover that our targets audience were… Skilled working class and lower/ middle class and mainstreams and outgoing.
Here is our risk assessment for our location shoot for our narrative. This is to prove that we understand the risks that we are taking when going out on our location shoot and we have shown how we will avoid and prevent any possible risks.
This is my storyboard for our location shoot of our narrative for our music video. Storyboards help me to figure out what shots I need to collect when filming on our location shoot, this also helps the editor in post production as to what order to edit the clips in we have gone into detail as to what type of shots we would like to achieve. A target we collected from this is that when looking at our narrative shoot footage we realised that it needs more close ups, we didn’t make enough room for loads of close up’s in our story board therefore left them out when recording and means we have to re shoot some shots as we left them out in the storyboard. We will have to upload more storyboards as we are re shooting therefore it will help us in our next shoot.