Dan created the images of the articles in Photoshop, and found the sounds on Freesound. I edited all these individual components into the sequence.
|This is the sound editing tool in Premiere, where I managed the volume of the sound clip as well as the length of it.|
When bringing the photos in, I had to adjust the size of them on screen as well as syncing the sfx Dan had found.
|This is the preview of the photos, which enabled me to understand what needed to be done.|
I finally decided to take on the task of the final titles at the end of the sequence, showing the name of the film. I explored using a number of transitions and effects, but concluded on a simple yet effective fade-in.
|The titles at the end of our sequence did not require any transitions.|
In After Effects, we soon found that the first clip we wished to put titles on did not have enough contrast in it to allow the programme to track a specific point, where we would put the credits. We overcame this problem by increasing the contrast levels of one layer of the footage.