In our music video, the props we used was fake nails, a chair and a hand-made car. We used those props because these props made the video look more exciting .
Equipment we used was a camera, music player and spot lights. We used those equipment because they were very important in the process of making our music video and without these equipment making the music video never would have happened.
We chose these outfit as wanted to go with the stereotypical female representation which was for the girls to look ‘sexy’. We also wanted the girls to look bright and colour as that is the code and conventions for a pop music video. The bright clothing will go with the quite bright lighting in the music video.
Here are location picture of where we are recording for our update music video. We chose these locations as they have a lot of space and is perfect for a fun video
We chose young teenagers to play Nicki Minaj and Cassie as we wanted to appeal to our target audience which is young teenagers. Here are our actors:
Why, we chose our actors?
We chose our actors by having actors who could dance and who knew about fashion. Looking at their interests we could then determine the type of actors we wanted. Having actors that could dance was essential as there would be a lot of dancing in our video. Having actors that knew about fashion was essential also as they knew what to wear for our music videos. Even though we knew what each actor should wear, it was nice to get another opinion. The actors we picked were perfect for our music video as they were able to do what we wanted them to do.
Here is our Location for our Music Video for Diamond. We chose this location as we wanted the set to be set in a dance studio where she will be able to dance freely. The girl in the picture will be playing Rihanna.
“Mise en Scene is a French word which basically means composing the scene. The phrase is pronounced “Miza Sen” and learning how to apply it properly can make your videos look much better.”- http://www.steves-digicams.com/knowledge-center/how-tos/filmmaking-tips/the-definition-of-mise-en-scene.html#b