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The first shot of my music video will be a close up of my artists feet as they get out of bed. They will then walk out of the frame as the camera stays perfectly still.
The second shot of my music video will be the same person from the first shot walking over to the window in their room and opening the curtains.
The third shot will be a close up of the female artist first looking out of the window with shallow depth of field, and then she will turn to look at her partner sleeping in the bed and the depth of field will shift so that he is in focus.
The shot will then cut to a close up of the female artist singing. It will be close up to show her facial expressions but also to allow the audience to feel the intimacy of the song.
The next shot would be the second close up of the artists feet, however this time it is the male. It is mirroring the other image as a way of saying that they are both going in different directions and are therefore separate even though they are meant to be together.
I will then take a long shot of the male artist sat on the end of his bed, as if he was expecting his partner to be there. He will sign in disbelief and then continue to get up and ready.
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