Production Process FRONT COVER Ashleigh Ravenscroft
Step 1   • I started by opening a     new document in     Photoshop.   • I set the paper size to     A4.
Step 2   • I placed my chosen     image into the centre     of the page.
Step 3   • I decided to delete the     images background to     make the image look     more professional;     using the ‘...
Step 4   • I made my coverlines,     graphic features     stand out by using     different tools like:   - A drop shadow  ...
Step 5   • I followed codes and     conventions by     having graphic     features behind cover     lines so they would   ...
Step 6   •   I followed the codes and       conventions of music       magazines when creating my       magazine. For exam...
Step 7   • I decided to change     the image of my front     cover in order to suit     the Indie genre.
Step 8   • Then I decided to     make the image black     and white to make it     stand out on shop     shelves.   • The ...
Step 9   • To follow codes and     conventions I made     the image over the     magazines name.   • This was done by     ...
Step 9   • I moved the     coverlines so they     where not covering     the main part of the     central, main image.   •...
Finished Production
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Production process

  1. 1. Production Process FRONT COVER Ashleigh Ravenscroft
  2. 2. Step 1 • I started by opening a new document in Photoshop. • I set the paper size to A4.
  3. 3. Step 2 • I placed my chosen image into the centre of the page.
  4. 4. Step 3 • I decided to delete the images background to make the image look more professional; using the ‘Polygonal Lasso’ tool.
  5. 5. Step 4 • I made my coverlines, graphic features stand out by using different tools like: - A drop shadow - Bevel & Emboss - A stroke
  6. 6. Step 5 • I followed codes and conventions by having graphic features behind cover lines so they would stand out.
  7. 7. Step 6 • I followed the codes and conventions of music magazines when creating my magazine. For example I created a masthead that is placed in the top left corner. • I also added my cover lines around the image relating to my chosen magazine genre. • I also added the price onto the bar code so the readers will know how much the magazine will be.
  8. 8. Step 7 • I decided to change the image of my front cover in order to suit the Indie genre.
  9. 9. Step 8 • Then I decided to make the image black and white to make it stand out on shop shelves. • The black and white also avoids the clash of colours I was previously having.
  10. 10. Step 9 • To follow codes and conventions I made the image over the magazines name. • This was done by duplicating the layer and using the lasso tool to cut out the part covering ‘INM’.
  11. 11. Step 9 • I moved the coverlines so they where not covering the main part of the central, main image. • To make them stand out and look more professional I added a drop shadow.
  12. 12. Finished Production

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