B i f f y c l y

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B i f f y c l y

  1. 1. B I F F Y C L Y R O<br />MANY OF HORROR<br />
  2. 2. This video is definitely one of my favourite music videos based on post production techniques.The video is shot in a 'run down' setting, using high contrast of light and shadow throughout. <br />The music video is very artistic, and this is reinforced by the use of lighting (or lack of).<br />
  3. 3. There are many close ups of the front man from start to finish, which is one of the points Andrew Goodwin identifies as being a characteristic of a music video.<br />The only long shots used are of the whole band, increasing the emphasis on the front man himself<br />
  4. 4. The silhouettes and bright lighting creates a film like setting.The post production editing is fantastic!A lightning effect is used, possibly to represent the sudden change from ballad to rock ballad - the song gains energy and life!<br />The strobing effect on the front man's face is an especially inspiring effect. It represents an image of him falling a part, and fading into the music itself. <br />
  5. 5. Towards the end of the song there are close ups of the other band members, and a final major close up of the front man. Overall, I love this music video, and am thoroughly inspired by it!<br />

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