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The way the images are placed within the text makes the magazine stand out. The audience will be drawn in by the placement...
The image used here is very different from we may usually see. The placement of this image will make it the first thing a ...
The placement of these images is standard, they will be the first thing that is spotted. This will get the audience entice...
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  1. 1. The way the images are placed within the text makes the magazine stand out. The audience will be drawn in by the placement of the images. I can see that they have gone for half text, half image. The way the text is placed towards the side of the page makes sure that the magazine is not boring by having all text. The audience get to look at the images and be stunned and get interested. Then they can continue and find out more by reading the information.
  2. 2. The image used here is very different from we may usually see. The placement of this image will make it the first thing a customer sees. The unusual effect. The layout of this magazines great. The placement often information is very different. The first thing people will see is the image and title at the top of the page.
  3. 3. The placement of these images is standard, they will be the first thing that is spotted. This will get the audience enticed. The other information provided is well placed, it can be read easily, nothing is hard to read, and this is what will make the audience to continue reading the magazine. Catchy stories keep the customer interested.
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