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  • 1. Magazine potential photos
  • 2. I really like the mise-en-scene in this photo. This is definitely one of my favourites to use for my double page spread.
  • 3. This is another potential photo for my
    double page spread, as it has a good
    amount of space for text. I love the flowers
    in this image and they connote my genre
    of acoustic music well, as it fits in with
    nature. If I was to use this photo, the houses
    in the background would need to be edited out.
  • 4. This is another good photo that I might use as a double page spread. I like the composition and the mise-en-scene, however the only problem may be the brick wall, as it would be difficult trying to find the right colour scheme to make the text stand out.
  • 5. Here I’ve experimented using Photoshop, and placed some text and a heading to see what the overall effect is. I feel that this image isn’t a good one to use as the brick wall does take up a lot of space and perhaps isn’t a great background for the text.
  • 6. I’m really keen on this image, as the mise-en-scene is perfect for my genre of acoustic music. If I were to use this image as a double page spread, I could create an interesting layout by positioning the text around the subject of the image (girl with guitar). The sky would also be a suitable place to put a large quote from the text as a heading. The only difficulty in using this photo may be figuring out what colours to use for the text.
  • 7. I’ve edited this photo to make it
    black and white. I think this
    makes it a more striking image,
    however I think to make the
    page stand out, it would need some
    colour.
  • 8. I used a pencil stroke effect when editing this photo even further. I really like this, however I don’t think it would be suitable for a double page spread, as without colour, the page may look quite dull.
  • 9. Although this is an interesting
    image and the mise-en-scene
    connotes my genre well, I don’t think this is good enough for a double page spread.
  • 10. This was taken when just messing around! The composition is effective, but I probably won’t use this in my magazine!
  • 11. I took this image because I thought it could be an interesting background perhaps for a contents page.
  • 12. This was a background I found online which would look really nice as a background for
    some text, again maybe for the contents page.
  • 13. I want to use this lined paper image as a background for my editorial profile, using handwritten style text, making it look more personal. It also is quite simple and authentic looking which will go well with the acoustic genre.
  • 14. These few images could potentially be used for my contents page. I love the simplicity of them.
  • 15. Some more potential contents page images....
    These haven’t been edited yet, but I love the effect of the sun flaring in the background. It creates a very natural feel, connoting my acoustic genre well.
  • 16. I’m keen on using this photo as a thumbnail image somewhere in my magazine. The mise-en-scene clearly shows the acoustic genre and the sepia tones create a natural feel.
  • 17. I took a few photos of me busking. This one could be used as a thumbnail image on the contents page.
  • 18. I don’t think these shots are good enough as large images, but they could be used as thumbnail images somewhere in my magazine.
  • 19. Using my storyboard as a plan, this photo was taken for a potential front cover image. I think the composition is good and there’s direct eye contact, however I don’t think it’s a striking enough image.
  • 20. I don’t think this image is good enough because the foreground isn’t in focus and the proxemicsaren’t quite right.
  • 21. I used a lower angle shot for this photo which makes draws attention to the guitar.
  • 22. Another potential front cover image here. To engage the audience more though I think it’s important to make eye contact.
  • 23. Again, I think this
    image would be
    better with eye
    contact.
  • 24. This image was taken a while ago when the weather was much better! The blossom in the background looks lovely but it detracts from the main subject of the image. It’s too busy for a front cover image. Perhaps if edited, it could be used as a thumbnail image.
  • 25. Here are some more photos I could use as thumbnail images...

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