In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
This screenshot above shows an interview from our documentary, I have taken three different screenshots to present how the interview is broken up into including cutaways. These three screenshots show the ending view of the first question straight into the Harry Potter cutaway then back to the view of the interviewee. TV documentary
The screenshot above shows how we used cross fade within our interview to intercut professionally the cutaways into our interview. This screenshot shows how a cutaway fades in and out of the screen at the necessary point in which its needed in the interview. This keeps the audience more entertained and the fade makes it look tidy. In our documentary we used a green screen as we had seen it been used in a professional documentary. We added archive footage behind the interviewee which made the interview more entertaining and looked interesting to our audience. I have shown how the colour was matched up with the background then the archive footage was added behind as shown.
The screenshot above shows how graphics were used in our documentary, they were used to show the name of the person who was being interviewed, underneath we re-used the title of the documentary such as in this interview its "Just can't get enough of Justin Bieber" the graphics were added by pressing F9 on the keyboard when you were located on the right area of adobe premiere pro. Its presented in white serif font to make it stand out to the audience. The text it presented on the left of the screen due to the interviewee being on the right, if they were on the left then the graphics would also change. This screenshot is an example of the interviewee being on the other side of the screen, if graphics were added to this shot then they would be added to the right, which would meet the codes and conventions.
Print Advert This is the original image that we started off with to create out TV advert with, the idea was to have an eye and fill it will the things that our interviewees couldn’t get enough of; this tied in with the title of the programme too. The image then had the channel 4 logo added into it and the title, slogan and details of the programme added to it. You can also see that the main image has been brightened because there is not a lot of colour and it would stand out more to our target audience.
This is the final advert for 'Just can't get enough' the images added to the iris of the eye are the many obsessions that people can have. Harry potter, twilight and Justin Bieber are clearly stated in this eye as they are the obsessions that are included within the Documentary. The first image is the proto-type that was designed before we made the final TV advert, the image is just a sketch therefore doesn’t go into lots of detail but as you can see not a lot has changed on our final product other than the slogan and documentary name appears on the opposite side.
Radio Advert The radio advert consisted of three different sets of audio, there was one main voiceover which was the same voice that was used in our documentary. The middle set of audio was archive from our own documentary and that was used to give the audience an idea of what would be included in our documentary. The top audio was the music bed which we used because its catchy and had the title of the programme included in the chorus which is also the title of our documentary.
This image shows how we have used the razor tool to cut up all of the audio and place it in the necessary areas, we have sectioned it up like this so it makes sense to the listeners therefore they would benefit from hearing the advert and watch the documentary. The razor tool enabled us to cut up existing audio from our documentary and use it for the radio advert but not all audio needed razor tool such as the audio because it ran through the whole of the advert.