We had a various problems during the creation of our music video. For instance
during filming we had a problem with a missing tripod, we were worried that our
footage would not be stable. However, we had to carry on with filming as we had a
deadline of having all narrative scenes shot by the end of the day. Fortunately, the
footage we gained was good and the concept of the music video was based on the
unstable effect created through handheld filming, it created an intimate relationship
between the characters, artist and audience. Also we had problems with the green
screen as none of us knew how to use it and we could not learn how to use it from
others, so we decided to scrap the idea.
Another problem we faced was during editing, as we did not know how to reverse
actions or use slow motion in certain scenes. However, it was essential for the music
video so we learnt how to use Adobe Premier Pro from friends and family. The
problem with this was that it was time consuming but the outcome was positive and
we were able to reverse the shower scene but we decided to let go of the slow
motion sequences as it made the video feel slow.