These are my final adverts, themed around Coldplay’s album, ‘Mylo Xyloto’. I created this via InDesign, however I edited the actual images on Photoshop. Overall I am pleased with the outcome with my posters. Some of the key features I had to maintain in my posters was important information such as the platforms it can be purchased on, the album name, and the band name. Overall this process wasn’t as time consuming as the creation of my Digipak and music video. However, it was still challenging as the arrangement of the titles have to be aligned to result in a finalised, conventional appearance. I decided to complete two as I could not decide what advert I preferred. I really did want top feature the face in one advert so that the audience can connect with my protagonist further, however I also felt that the second poster related to the theme of my music video more.
I thought it would be nice to visually display how far I have come since my first draft, through the use of editing, option of shots, and colour grading. Here is a video I put together on iMovie contrasting my first draft to my final music video. The first draft is in the smaller icon on the bottom left hand side. I shot more in-between both of the drafts, which has hopefully lessened the repetitiveness of my music video. I have also improved the definition in the colour grading making some sections completely colourless and some sections with a high set of vibrancy.
Here is my final music video. It was very time consuming however I have fulfilled my aspirations which I stated in my proposal. I uploaded my music video via Vimeo, and edited the whole video Via premier.
Tonight I decided to print out my digipak and test if it folds correctly. I decided to print out my digipak on photo paper to mimic a real life digipak… Overall my digipak folded successfully, with the title on the front of the cover and the track list on the back.
This is my final Digipak. I edited this via InDesign and took the images on my canon 550D. I then edited the images via Photoshop and then inputted the images onto my InDesign document! To view my digipak on a larger scale select the image below.