My Introduction

My Introduction:

My name is Amy Bauco, my candidate number is 9013. I am part of group 1 and the other members of my group are Shayam Utting (9164) and Monica Aghadiuno (9365). To see my work please see the labels on the right hand side named AS Research and Planning, AS Construction and AS Evaluation. Our final opening sequence is shown below, along with a group photo next to it, on the right.

Our Film Opening Sequence

Our Film Opening Sequence:

Friday, 17 July 2015

3: Are you pleased with the footage and your finished edit? Is it how you expected it to look? What works really well and what would you change?

I was unable to complete the edit as I was on a biology field trip, however I got to learn a lot about editing from other groups and this helped me to evaluate my group's finished edit.

This is how we graded all of our shots
I expected our finished edit to look as it does. This group cut the clips together well and also did the grading very well. The cuts are all in time with the music, as is the lip sync. In terms of grading, I think this benefited the video because it makes the music video look much more defined and professional. 

Here is the link to Group 5's edit. I have included this one because this group helped me to learn about editing a music video.

Shay Gift and Monica's Misery Business music video remake SD from Latymermedia on Vimeo.

An example of our costumes, a
combination of bright and black.
Things that went well:
- Good, accurate costumes make it look very similar to the real video.
- All the grading makes it look more professional.
- The horizontal flips and flashes worked really well and helped to make our remake even more similar to the real one. 

Things I would change:
- Some of the shots are not exactly like the real video, lacking in certain moves which the band members perform. As a result I would re-film some of these shots. 
- If I'd had the chance, I would also try and cut some of the drummer and guitarists clips so that they match the music completely.

This is an example of a shot I would change if we had more time.

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