Sunday, 7 September 2014

VidEG 11 Daniel Pearson - Waves In The Sea





  • The song is all in black and white
  • There is also no star treatment involved and we never see his face, however we see his feet - a lot, which we presume is him.
  • The lyrics reflect the narrative in the video and features a young girl
  • the genre is a difficult one as it is indie and has a low budget which reflects the video extremely well due to the shaky camera work, very few locations, one actress and no studio with dancers performing a difficult routine. However on the website it is also classed as classic guitar pop which is something I'd never heard of but coming from the word pop it is polar opposite to anything relating to pop due to the low budget.
  • The video also features a lot of scenery to break up the different scenes, with a variety of different shots.


INTERTEXTUALITY?

Non that I am aware of.

PERFORMANCE, NARRATIVE AND/OR CONCEPT?:


The video is a concept and narrative video as it does follow the narrative to some extent but not in others.

STAR TREATMENT:

Star treatment has not been used, the artist wants to remain anonymous.

PACE + ANY VARIATION OF PACE: 


There is no variation of pace but continuity editing is used. 

SHOT VARIETY + NO. OF SETUPS: 

various shot variety shown with range of creative shots.

LOCATION/S + MISE-EN-SCENE: 

In the video there is limited locations which also reflect the budget on which the video has been created. 

NOTABLE SHOTS/FRAMING: 

range of medium, medium close up and extreme long shots.

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