Monday, 22 January 2018

Mockumentary Article Progression: Review Scores

I have made some scores for the article. I ensured I had three sub-sections, "Anticipation", "Enjoyment", and "In Retrospect".
For "Anticipation", I decided to credit the director. I gave it a 3 out of 5 as Little White Lies is rather strict with their grading and I wanted to be realistic with my grading.
When it came to grading "Enjoyment", I wanted a very positive response. I kept the reasoning short and sweet as it leave it up to the audience to go and see if they agree with it.
"In Retrospect" takes a more technical approach. This shows that my mockumentary can be seen from a serious approach. 

Thursday, 18 January 2018

Mockumentary Article Progress: Credits

I then added some credits and a release date for the mockumentary.

I used italics and a similar font to that used in other Little White Lies articles for the roles. I then wrote the names of the director and cast in full bold capitals as this, again, is what Little White Lies has used in their reviews.
 

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Mockumentary Article Progress: Creating Columns and Text

Firstly I made a review for my mockumentary using Microsoft Word.

I then created columns on Premiere and placed the text into them.

Saturday, 13 January 2018

Mockumentarry Editing Progress: Changing #TheSupply Graphic


After showing my target audience this scene, they said that the #TheSupply is too large and that the font does not work well with the scene. I decided to change the style of it as this would  make it more appealing to them.     


I began by using Premiere's Essential Graphics section to create a smaller hashtag which would be blurred at first, but would quickly focus. By doing this is catch the audience's attention for a brief second, letting them know that there is a hashtag for my mockumentary.


Saturday, 6 January 2018

Mockumentary Article Progress: Page Layouts and InDesign

So since I am going to be creating an article for my mockmentary, I've decided to use Adobe InDesign as it is the software I am most familiar with, and I know it can be used to create professional looking articles.








I wanted to create an article for Little White Lies magazine, this is a British TV and Film review magazine. I measured out a copy of the magazine and found it was 24.5cm x 19.5cm.

To begin with I needed an image from my mockumentary to be used as the main image in the article. So after I asked my target audience which image I should use, they decided on an angry looking supply teacher.
 I added it to the new document.
Now I will need to add text to the blank page.