Wednesday, 6 February 2013
We used the same image on our front cover as we did on posters so fans would be able to recognise the star and the would realise that this was the real album.
The song listing which is featured on the back of our digipak features the same font and colour as the star's name, which represents continuity and gives the overall affect of a clean yet abstract artist, which is what we wanted to represent her as.
We used a few main colours, which we reused in this image; we took the red from the stars lipstick which enabled the date to stand, which is realistic as many stars want to show the date of their album so fans know when to buy their next album or single.
While the white font in her name blends into the background when editing we used a drop shadow which then made the name of our star stand out.
The font of her name differs from the font of the title of song as we wanted to show different sides to our star which we showed through the elegant and feminine writing in her name and the fun and child like writing in the word 'Satellite'.
Evaluation Question 1: In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
Monday, 4 February 2013
Due to our audience feedback we learnt that our other music video wasn't really that well shot and overall quite a complicated concept. From this our group decided to start over and go with a much simplar idea, we still stuck with the same tone for our video; being quite an upbeat and romantic tone. However this time round we used a female lead singer and fit to the typical conventiosn of a girl singing about love. For this we used the song 'Satellite' by the unsigned artist Lelia Broussard. This is our completed music video for our coursework.