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Promo images updated

  1. 1. Promo Images<br />
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  12. 12. Conventions of a DVD cover<br />Focus on the artist - their face (objectification of face, i.e. close-up on eye or lips), visual motif, their name, a logo or icon.<br />Colour selection according to genre<br />Clear branding between the DVD and other products such as video, CD or tour.<br />Simple presentation<br />Eye-catching<br />Images of what you will see in the DVD, I.e. screen-grabs of the video.<br />
  13. 13. Examples of DVD covers<br />
  14. 14. Tasks<br />Find an example of a DVD cover and analyse it according to the conventions, also include a consideration of Goodwin.<br />Begin to sketch out your own DVD cover. remember the following:<br />It is a DVD album (you will need to make up the names of other tracks<br />It must include the appropriate icons<br />You are promoting the video you made and your artist, not the real video and artist.<br />
  15. 15. Reflective Evaluation of your music video<br />How successful were you at achieving the video you wanted to make?<br />What worked well/what didn’t work well on your shoot?<br />Which elements of your finished video are successful in your opinion?<br />If you could do it again what elements of your video would you change and why?<br />What lessons have you learnt that will help you to be more successful at making your music video in Sept?<br />Using class feedback analyse your video using Goodwin’s 6 points.<br />What techniques are you keen to experiment with in Sept?<br />

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