My data presentation is to promote pet adoption through the health benefits you gain from them.
The type is the most dominant channel throughout the presentation and acts as transition indicators that carry us from the beginning part of the leash to the end of it which eventually has no dog clipped to it. The music is a supportive element that, lyrics (Let My Love Open The Door), reflect the actual end product of owning a dog and are from his point of view.
I chose photography as the primary source of imagery to put tension and focus your attention on the facts. The simplified white background and black leash leaves no room for distraction and forces you to participate as the viewer. I have photo-shopped one long leash file and dragged it across the stage to produce a sense of movement or panning.
The one thing I've taken away from this project is continuity and timing. I've learned that timing is very important for specific time constraints and the comprehension and anticipation the viewer experiences.
The wide open range of options was fun but hard. The endless limitations was a difficult factor to consider when being decisive. The continuity throughout and HOW you say what you want to say is very important. I've taken a piece from each project this semester and tried to combine them into a solid cohesive video.