Click on the image below to listen to the podcast I created in order to gain feedback for my music video proposal.
This post details those who are accountable for my music video. By having a table of the personnel in my music video production I can build upon this when I create future planning posts.
Brand guidelines are essential as they enable audiences to recognise products created by the band “Fink”. In this post I present the logo, typeface and house colours that I will use across my digipak and advert. These brand guidelines will be featured across the artist’s products as they are imperative in the consistent advertising style of the band. Brand guidelines also attract attention of audiences that have previously engaged with the artist as they will recognise the logo, typeface or colours. This post is important as it would outline how I want my media products to be branded and advertised.
In the video embedded below I use two clips in which I test the appearance of my main character on camera. Screening the talent for music videos is important as without this step you are not sure to employ someone who suits the role or is effective in their role in your media product.
Above is my storyboard for my music video. These are pictures of pieces of paper I was able to easily move around in order to adapt the narrative of my video. This was an important and useful step of my production process as it allowed me to visualize my video for the first time. This post was especially helpful during the creation of my shot list as it provided the right sequence of events for me to create from.
Risk assessments are an integral aspect of the planning process. This post ensures that the creators of film are able to predict and therefore lower the risks that certain shots and scenes may pose. Risk assessments also protect producers of media products and their talent from potential accidents.