Media Presnetation Final Products Studio 64


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Media Presnetation Final Products Studio 64

  1. 1. Bar code and price Date Masthead Editorial pillars Main image Main cover line
  2. 2. I used two different colours for the text and made the pink match with the glasses that Tyrone had on his head, so that it would compliment each other. I increased the size of my main cover line as I wanted it to stand out of the page which is why I also used a different style of font. For this front cover I used a medium shot as I wanted to show the artist as well as still include a mise-en-scene. The background of this picture allows the reader to establish a setting. From the setting we are able to relate the picture with the masthead.
  3. 3. •I chose to use a picture as part of the background instead of using a plain. • I found it difficult to make it work at first as I felt that there was too much happening on the page and this did not compliment the other pictures well. •However in the end I believe that I was able I used an extreme close up as the to make It work well to picture in the background (using macro on my camera), this helps give it the overall affect I create the mood of this page. was aiming for.
  4. 4. Again I used the same font for “contents” as I used for my masthead this is because I believe that it compliments each other well and links both pages together. This clearly shows that both pages are from the same magazine. For my contents page I choose to put the text and with pages numbers in a box this also challenges the usual format of music magazines table of contents.
  5. 5. I used another model to show differentiation in artists features in the magazine. I choose to have her play the drums a good mise-en scene. I took a picture of three guitars to elate to the prise the consumer would win in the competition. I used CD’s I had at home and took the picture in a plain I chose to do four background and cropped out different photo the background so that only the shoots for this, as I CD’s would be visible. wanted each picture to be individual and in This picture was taken on the different locations same photo shoot that I had for to show a the front cover of the magazine. difference. used
  6. 6. Types of shots This is long distance shot taken from a This is an extreme close up, as all that high angle. This allows the reader to is visible are the CD’s and there is no establish the mise-en-scene background present. up This is a close up of the guitars, we cam hardly see I used a medium close up, as Tyrone is the background and the most visible thing which visible from the waist up and we can grabs the reader’s attention are the guitars. still establish some mise-en scene.
  7. 7. I choose to use this pull quote because I felt it would attract the reader’s attention. It is also personal his opinion which is what people want to read about when reading interviews.
  8. 8. I used a close up shot of the artist in action, this picture connects to the other picture used in the double page spread. I choose to make a side bar as part of my double page spread because I thought it would be a good feature. I decided to challenge the conventions of sidebars and kept mine related to the same topic.
  9. 9. I increased the size of “Inclusive Interview quot;to make it stand out n the article. I used the same font for “Studio 64” as I used for my masthead this is good for continuity. By line saying who the article was written by.
  10. 10. My product was aimed at mainly teenagers and the age range of 14-25. This is because I believe that they are like to be the main consumerism of my magazine. My product hasn’t got dense editorial content and I know that this will appeal to the younger consumerism. Young people who enjoy their music, many different styles and approaches. For those who want to find out more about new sounds coming out in the industry. Mixed gender target audience Woman target Mostly male audience target audience
  11. 11. I used quite a limited editorial content as that is what I believe that my target audience will want to have. I tried to make my media product dominated by pictures as I think that the main consumerism of this product would like more picture than text. This will be more appealing to my target audience.
  12. 12. •In the article the language used is quite laid back and informal. •It is used as a conversational tone to appeal to my target audience. •There is no colloquial language used either, as this does not exclude any readers.
  13. 13. •For my Double Page Spread, Front Cover and Table Of Contents I used a colour theme of pink, black, white and grey. •I chose to use similar colours on all On my double page spread I three pages as I chose to another colour theme thought this would as I though the page looked to compliment each dark and dull. I matched the other well and this colours on the slug with the would make it clear that all the pages are colours on the side bar. part of the same product.
  14. 14. I would expect my media product to be distributed in newsagents and places such as WHSmith. IPC media: Emap: •Cars •Environment •Boats •Fashion •Planes •Education •Homes •Government •Style/fashion •Health • aeroplanes •Media •Retail Out of those two I would choose IPC media as I think they would be the best to advertise my music magazine they seem to have a wider variation of genres.
  15. 15. Before After
  16. 16. •I have learnt many new skills as I have had to increasingly use Photoshop so my editing and cropping has improved. I have also had to download many fonts from and used my camera to take my pictures included in my media product. • I’ve had the experience of planning a magazine cover before so it was much easier to repeat this a second time as I felt more in control and confident this time
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