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  1. 1. Shot oneCamera ShotECU = extreme close-upCamera MovesPan R/LTransitionsCut (Focus on the eyes – more dramatic)My group and I decided to use an extreme close up of our artist eyes.This was to help emphasise the fact that she is smiling which is shownvisibly and clearly through the eyes. This was to add a dramatic feel sothe emotion which is meant to be suggested clearly is being conveyed tothe audience.
  2. 2. Shot two, three and fourCamera ShotsECU = extreme close-upCU = close-upMS = medium shotCamera MovesZoom in/outTransitionsQuick cut (This is to focus on quick cuts which are a code and convention.)The second, third and fourth shot is a continuation of the first shot but moredeveloped. Throughout the video you have different shots selling the artist with close-ups being dominate and essential.The second shot is an extreme close up of the mouthThe third shot is a close up of the face and the fourth shot is an medium shot showingher looking at a photo album this reflects on the narrative at the photo can be seen asforeshadowing the up and coming storyline of the music video.Camera effect: fade accompanied by lighting effects which are black and red which hasthe connotations of danger, fear, blood. This has an contrast with the previous happyemotion.
  3. 3. Shot fiveCamera ShotsMS = medium shotCamera MovesTilt U/DTransitionsFadeThe fifth shot will go back to the narrative. There will be along shot reflecting the mise- en scene; this shot will beheavily focused on the location which is a bathroom. For thefemale fans, when it comes to representation you could saythe bathroom and mirrors are symbolic to change withinappearance. So there will be several cuts of the bathroom toreflect that idea.
  4. 4. Shot Six, Seven and eightCamera ShotsECU = extreme close-upCU = close-upLS = long shotCamera MovesPan R/LTransitionsFadeThe sixth, seventh and eighth shot will be quick cutsThe sixth shot: extreme close upThe seventh: close upThe eight: long shotThe cuts will show the audience the mise – en scene andintroduce more of the narrative.
  5. 5. Shot nine and tenCamera ShotsCU = close-upCamera MovesZoom in/outTransitionsDissolveThe ninth and tenth shot will then be of our artist with all her cloths on go into a bathfull on water this will be in close up and then medium shot so we can focus on her faceas well as her body position. This is not to play around with the idea of voyeurism butto suggest a change mental state not to the extent of insanity but a differentframework of thinking which reflects the change in character. This was to engage theaudience.The camera work will be a pan followed by a camera effect which will be another fade.transition will then have something added to it for instance combined with the colourred this will suggest to the audience that there is a change occurring and it is incontrast to the happy emotion in the earlier shots.
  6. 6. Shot eleven and twelveCamera ShotsCU = close-upLS = long shotCamera MovesZoom in/outTransitionsCutThe eleventh and twelfth shot is an extreme close up of her faceunderwater in the tub and a long shot of her fully clothed body in thebath tub.There is a demand on the part of the record company for lots of close-ups of the main artist/vocalist. The audience will feel they have a closerto the connection and the fact she is in the bath tub where you arenormally alone and in private may give them a feel of intimacy with theartist as they are invading her personal space.
  7. 7. Shot thirteen and fourteenCamera ShotsECU = extreme close-upCU = close-upCamera MovesTilt U/DTransitionsCutThe thirteenth shot is a an extreme close up of her putting onher make up, but the makeup she is putting in is moreextreme than what you would casually wear. This isemphasized by the extreme close u as it is more vivid anddramatic.The thirteenth shot is followed by the fourteenth shot whichis also an extreme close up but of the lips.
  8. 8. Shot fifteenCamera ShotLS = long shotCamera MovesZoom in/outTransitionsCutFifteenth shot is an establishing shot which is a long shot ofan alley way. The long shot is used to establish the mise- enscene which is heavily focused on the location. Thecomposition used in the framework was to help introduce thelocation but also to suggest that the artist is approaching thislocation hence why she isn’t in focus but the alley way isclearly seen.
  9. 9. Shot sixteen and seventeen.Camera ShotsMS = medium shotCamera MovesPan R/LTransitionsDissolveThe sixteenth and seventeenth shot are a mediumshots of her in a white dress in contrast to theemotions she is conveying which is more lonesome.This is then followed by a close up which helpsemphasise her upset and distraught emotions thishelps to develop the narrative.
  10. 10. Shot eighteen and nineteen. Camera Shots CU = close-up LS = long shot Camera Moves Zoom in/out Transitions Cut The eighteenth shot is a long shot which allows us to see the mise-en scene of her clothing along with the location. But now in the shotthese abstract figures appear with mask on to make the music videomore creative and interesting. They are symbolic to her overflowingemotions. The nineteenth shot takes the eighteenth shot further however at adifferent angle to make the shot more interesting for the audience.
  11. 11. Shot Twenty.Camera ShotsECU = extreme close-upCamera MovesZoom in/outTransitionsFadeThe twentieth shot is the last shot there is atear emphasised through an extreme close up.