Here is an Emaze I created discussing my editing steps on premier! This is the steps I took to result in my first draft. To access the file, select the picture below and you shall be navigated to a new tab to view the file.
I have created a file on InDesign which demonstrates my experimentation of different styles of fonts. I feel that this was essential prior to the creation of my digipak, as this will contain quite a lot of styles and fonts. I just used the standard fonts provided on Indesign. To potentially expand my horizons I could research into some more fonts via websites. However, I am pleased with the fonts I have found therefore I shall be leaving my font exploration at this.
Here are some contact sheets which contain the images I shall be using on my blog, advert, digipak and in my music video. Many of the images are just simple time lapses, and some are images I have taken and edited of my protagonist. This is a simple way to display my images taken, and take into consideration what images I actually want to use.
Here is an online slideshow showing my process of image editing and why I followed these steps. Below is the actual images which I have displayed in a JPEG to show them in full size.
Here is the first attempt of a time lapse. I shall not be using this in my first draft, as I completed this for the purpose of gaining some experience using the programs. To complete this, I set the intervalometer to automatically take an image every 10 seconds.I left this setting on for an hour, to capture the movement of the sun and clouds. I set the intervalometer to 10 seconds so this would produce smooth footage, which would not be jolty. On premier, I edited the images together to have a duration of 0.2 seconds. I then pasted the separate sequence onto my footage, which was smooth and able for me to cut and manipulate into my music video.
Here is my final edit of my song. I have cropped it down a minute and a half, so I am able to make my music video shorter, and have less stress on videoing new, fresh footage.
Here is a selection of images explaining how I pieced together my final music video song, using premier.