• Initially, the music video I created had some
use of effects but lacked a wide range in order
to really show the emotion of the artists and
the actors. In order to allow the video to
appear more attractive I used the “Posterize”
effect which allowed the mise-en-scene of the
band scenes to look more “Indie Rock” as the
colour was very orangey-red which symbolises
the frustration behind the songs in the genre.
3. Anything New?
• In contrast to the original clip (rough cut), I had
purposely missed out a few clips in order to save
time for the rest of the video. However, I noticed
that I had done this to much and as a result I had
good footage unused with the constant worry of
not having space for it. Nonetheless, I made sure
that I included the good missing footage this time
to increase the quality of the video. This can be
noticed as a scene in which the boy and the girl
are filmed at a different angle hugging each
other, with the London eye in the background.
4. Here are some images of the what my screen looked
like during the production process.
5. Here you can see how I have used the ‘layering’ editing
technique, in which I placed all the clips on top of one
another, and cut out the footage I didn’t want to use.
9. This is the effect I used during Jess’ scenes to help the
audience understand that she was drunk.
This is the effect that created the black and
white look right at the beginning of the
video as well as throughout.