Poster shots taken/ mise-en-scene

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Poster shots taken/ mise-en-scene

Poster shots taken/mise-en-scene

We chose not to use this first image that I took as the model is not centred and we felt that the facial expression was not scary enough, we also did not like the black backdrop as we felt that it was not dark enough and it would be a struggle to put text over it. We decided not to use this picture because the facial expression is dull and the eyes rolled back looks comical rather than scary.

We found that this picture wouldn't be appropriate for our poster as she is not centred and has tiresome facial expression We felt that this picture wouldn't work as the facial expression was not scary enough and the image had too many shadows that would be difficult to edit.

As I group we decided not to use this picture because the low angle made the villain look too innocent and child like, we also felt that the close up was too intense and we would prefer to use a mid shotThis picture was not used because, again, we felt that the eyes rolled back looked comical and we didn't like the angle of the models head, we would prefer a shot where her gaze is straight to the camera.