Rosie Scott Media AS 06/10/11 Flash/ButtonSkyline/selling line MastheadPull quoteMain cover lineExplanatory textGenre of language Rule of thirds
Rosie Scott Media AS 06/10/11Media As: Layout – rule of thirds – how they are portrayed to audience Image direct pose? Sexual, seductive, aggressive Text – style of text and impact of this Audience profile who is the audience and how do we know Ideology Representation This doesn’t have a route of the eye, but I think this is because he is big and well known enough not to have one If the photo covers the masthead it’s because the pictures draw them in, and the magazine is well established enough to have the masthead covered. If there is any other images on the magazines then they are called secondary photos to also draw the audience Tag lines Remember use of costume and set and props Mise en scene USP – unique selling point – ‘Eminem comes clean’ Language and register: it used in within the magazine and can be genre specific: slang, informal language, gives a sense of “friend” The register is the tone which the magazine is talking to the audience, this can be informal chatty etc... Iconography – the way the photo is presented in different ways: What messages do the pictures give? What impression is the audience meant to have? What is the camera angles and how does this create meaning? What is the facial expression? How does the costume add the meaning which is created?