Presentation on theme: "What have you learned from your audience feedback? I feel that I learned a fair amount from my audience feedback, some elements of it I have taken on board."— Presentation transcript:
What have you learned from your audience feedback? I feel that I learned a fair amount from my audience feedback, some elements of it I have taken on board and some I did not as sometimes it is best to do what you think is right. I took on feedback in many forms whether it be; Verbal, written, social networks or polls. More often than not it was valuable information. One of the best ways to gain quick, easy feedback is through the use of polls and I have done so here; What editing transition do you feel would work best?
How do you feel about the amount of lip synching in the video? Here is an example where the audience have said something that goes against what I believe, as it was a close poll I have decided to stick with the amount of lip synching that I used as I feel it is a satisfactory amount.
As well as polls, I have used social networks such as twitter to gain a response. As well as this one of the easiest ways to get feedback is verbally as this is easier for the audience to communicate. I showed people in my year group as the teenager is the target age for this video. Here are some responses... You may have over used the fade, however it does work well. I really enjoyed the shots that went from out of focus to in focus. The part that builds up to the main beat is well edited and captures the emotion of the song. Both scenes are really well lit So overall, from my audience feedback I have learnt that many people are generally satisfied with the product that I have produced and that the improvements that I needed to make were very minor changes.