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  • Planning
  • Organisation of models
  • Organization of location: Location 1
  • Organization of location: Location 2
  • Organization of location: Location 3
  • Organization of location: Location 4
  • Organization of location: Location 5
  • Front Cover Plan and Mock Up

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  • General Planning
  • Calendar
  • Organization of Models
    Further scheduling by phone.
    Models: Crystal Symonds – 955516@henleycol.ac.uk
    tel: 07805169133
    Amber Roberts – 950558@henleycol.ac.uk
    tel: 07403556668
    Emma Tomkins – 954544@henleycol.ac.uk
    Screenshots of the emails sent to the models through the college system and their responses, showing interaction and forward planning.
    Confirmed
    schedule:
    Due to the bad weather, further photoshoots will be scheduled for next week.
  • Organization of Location
    Location 1: Back of the Rotherfield Hall
    Image
    Image
    This image will be intended for the contents page
  • Organization of Location
    Location 2: Bench outside D4, Deanfield site
    Image
    Image
    This image will be intended for the main cover
  • Organization of Location
    Location 3: Stairs outside D5 meeting rooms
    Image
    Image
    This photo is intended for the contents page – lead article.
  • Organization of Location
    Location 4: D4, music room
    Image
    Image
    This photo is intended for the contents page.
  • Organization of Location
    Location 5: Benches near by the Deanfield site entrance.
    Image
    Image
    This image is intended for the double page spread.
  • Storyboard
    Long shot- setting the atmosphere
    Long shot – establishing the setting and atmosphere.
    Long shot – simple and artistic. Focus on mis-en-scene. No surrounding distractions.
    Long shot (will be cropped for the double page spread)
    Long shot – it will become a mid-shot after editing.
  • Organization of Mis-en-Scene
    (Costume and Props)
    White mid length dress with blue flowers – emphasising on the nature of the style and the singer’s youth.
    Long earrings for the shot which emphasises the make-up and costume.
    Image
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    Country style, checkered shirt. Loose, checkered tops are associated with country music.
    White flower hair pin – to convey the artists’ youth and innocence.
    Guitar – the instrument which is most frequently heard in country music.
  • Front Cover Plan and Mock Up
    Brief
    Genre: Country
    Target audience & market: Aged 16-28 (predominantly females), United States
    Colour scheme: White, yellow/orange, brown, black (occasionally green) – natural colours
    Mode of address: Personal, frequent use of “you”, “your” and “us” to create a connection and sense of community.
    Skyline
    Puff
    Masthead
    Date line and issue number
    Tagline
    Cover Line
    Cover Line
    Main Image
    Cover Line
    Cover Line
    Main cover line (lead article)
    Bar code and price
    Buzz word
    Buzz word
  • Research: Flat Planning for Q
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    Research: Flat Planning for NME
    Sky Line
    Main title
    Double page spread
    Double page spread
    image
    The Duffer of St George Devlin advert
    image
    Canon Advert
    text
    Body text
    Main Image
    Title
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    Double page.......
    Main image
    article
    interview
    Body of text
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    Pull quote
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    Body text
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    title
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    advert
    heading
    Advert for bob com.com
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    Subscription offer
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    advert
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  • Flat Planning for Country Avenue
    Message
    from the editor
    Walmart
    Advert
    Article
    Faith Hill album
    advert
    ‘This month’
    Section – review of the month
    Carrie Underwood “Play On” album advert
    Image
    Subscription
    offer
    Article
    Contents
    Credits
    Ipad advert
    Advert
    Double page spread (image)
    Main feature article
    Double page spread (image)
    Double page spread (image)
    Double page spread (image)
    Double page spread (text)
    Continued
    Play.com advert
    Article
    Double page spread (text)
    Double page spread (text)
    Taylor Swift
    Album
    advert
    Advert
    Double page spread (image)
    Double page spread (images)
    Lady Antebelum album
    advert
    Continued
    Tim
    McGraw
    album
    offer
    Reba McEntire article
    Brad Paisley advert
    Article
    Double page spread (text)
    Article
    Double page spread (text)
    Crystal Symonds album advert – related to the artcile
    Image
    Double page spread (text)
    Advert
    Advert
    Double page spread (text)
    Article
    Faith Hill interview
    Double page spread (image)
    Article
    Image
    Image
    Image
    Allison
    Krauss
    article
    Double page spread (image)
    Article
    Kellie Pikler album avert
    New albums image
    Carrie Underwood tour promotion and dates
    Corresponding image
    Your
    letters
    Faith Hill advert and tour dates in left column
    Download this month
    Miranda Lambert tour dates and album advert
    “Your pictures” section
    New albums reviews
    Music review
    Music reviews
    Music review
    Merchandise
  • Reflection
    Planning is a vital aspect of this project. Firstly, I created a calendar with brief details about what I was going to do each day – precise to the hour. In the calendar I ticked off tasks which I had completed to help me keep track of my progress. I made a list of five models who I thought would suit the country themed magazine and verbally asked them if they’d be available for a photoshoot. Three of them had agreed to be part of the shoot. The same day I sent out an e-mail via the college system with a rough schedule of times and dates and requested for a confirmation or adjustment for those dates. I kept in contact with each of the models in college, through mobile phones and online to let them know that the shoot is still going ahead. On the first day of the photoshoot, due to the bad weather I hadn’t been able to go ahead with Crystal’s photoshoot as it was raining, the benched were wet and there was a misunderstanding with the student who was lending me the guitar. Therefore, this weekend I will be sending out another e-mails asking Crystal for another shoot. Amber and Emma’s photoshoot went ahead successfully as they were under a roof or inside the building.
    I organised the locations keeping in mind the suitability of the settings as well as trying to pick spots where the crowds aren’t big. I had chosen simple locations so that the background isn’t distracting, but artistic, so that the audience is able to focus on the model and the mis-en-scene, not the surroundings. Filling out the location recce informed me in depth about the circumstances I would need to take into consideration. Furthermore, I made sketches of the “storyboard” which illustrates the specific types of shots and camera angels for the images. I decided that I will take them all using long shot, so that I can edit and alter them as I go on. I accurately organised the mis-en-scene, having asked my friend for a guitar (the instrument mostly associated with the genre), flower hair pins (emphasising on youth) and a checkered shirt which is quiet loose and follows the codes of country style and music.
    I created four different types of font for the masthead, and I will ask my audience to pick the one they prefer so I can make my final decision. I also outlined the brief details of the magazine purpose and style to refer back to as I go on. In addition, the flat planning research supported me in creating my own layout for the front page (following conventions) and flat plan for the pages of my magazine, which helped me visualise my magazine. I picked natural colours for the main colour combination, with the intention that it conveys the theme of country and the environment. I will be using the personal mode of address to create a bond between the editor and the audience, as well as a feeling of community.