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What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?
What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?
What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?
What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?
What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?
What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?
What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?
What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?
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What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product?

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  • 1. W H AT H AV E Y O U L E A R N T A B O U T TECHNOLOGIES FROM THE PROCESS OF CONSTRUCTING THIS PRODUCT? By Faye Ryder
  • 2. TECHNOLOGIES  During the creation my music magazine, I have learnt various different skills and ways to apply my skills towards the different technologies to get the best out of them and achieve high standards.  Within my final production blog you can see the initial structures of my magazine and the way I learnt ad developed my skills using the soft ware and how I have learnt new skills and improved my work in chronological order.
  • 3. PHOTOSHOP  When designing and developing my magazine, Photoshop gave Me a series of professional and advanced tools and freedom for creating my magazine, it h=gave me the opportunity to expand my initial ideas and develop my work into advanced designed pieces of media. I used Photoshop to help design my Cover, contents pages and Double page spread, I started from scratch in PS, and once I created all the main elements of my music magazine, I enhanced them, re structured them until the final product was produced.  Photoshop has allowed me to design stylish an attractive magazine for my target audience and fits the criteria I first set and expanded along the way the more knowledge I had about technologies and the industry. I design these pages in PS to give them a unique feel, and then save them to the web to my blog. Without Photoshop, the web would look a WHOLE lot less appealing and finished/ professional. Most of the icons and graphics you see on magazines within the industry today are made in PS So it is completely necessary for design of these media products.  I have learnt how to design, Structure and enhance the quality of my graphics I produce and design for my work, I have also learnt how to produce several pages within a certain deadline using this soft ware, to layer, enhance and edit fro scratch and end up with an end product that is both professional and fits the criteria of my music magazine in the genre and target audience.
  • 4. QUARK  Quark was used in the creation and developing of my contents and Double Page Spread, it has enabled me to create structures and presentable text columns that a professional and industry standard magazine would have included, without Quark software I would have been unable to use specific guidelines edited for my purpose and the way I wanted my text to be formatted and I would have been unable to following and develop main and important codes and conventions e.g. adding photo captions Without the use of guide lines, text would have been situated else where and the font would have not been the correct size in which professional and current music magazines have.
  • 5. CAMERAS When considering what camera’s to use specifically for media product, eventually I chose this Canon EOS 600D, I chose this camera as I believed and researched the highest quality camera which was affordable and high quality to give my images a HD look and a high resolution to my images. I also when taking these photos used such features as the shutter speed, as I wasn’t taking fast/sports photos the shutter speed was set to 0.5 seconds, fast enough to catch the photo, not slow enough so light in the room was distorted, I used low and ambient lighting within my photos and I also used a tripod with my camera to stabilise the camera and avoid poor quality photos.
  • 6. CANON EOS 600D •18.0 effective megapixel •3–10× Digital Zoom in video recording (available only in 1080p). •DIGIC 4 image processor •14-bit analogue to digital signal conversion •3.0-inch (76 mm) Vary-angle 3:2 aspect ratio LCD articulating screen. •Built in flash with Speedlight wireless multiflash support •Continuous drive up to 3.7 frame/s (34 images (JPEG), 6 images (RAW)) •SD SDHC, and SDXC memory card file storage http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canon_EOS_600D
  • 7. AUDIO RECORDING SYSTEM  When interviewing my main feature article artists, I recorded the interview by using an audio recorder, the Zoom H4n is a high quality and professional recording device which allowed me to record and play back my interview, this was extremely useful when playing the interview back to I could write up the interview on Microsoft Word in my own time ready for the article to be prepared and imported into Quark.
  • 8. ORGANISATION OF FILES Throughout the process of processing ideas, developing, and creating ideas to finally end up with e media industry standard product, I always made sure and ensured that every document that was ever created throughout the whole creation was names appropriately and arranged in the correct folder, I made sure this was vital and was done correctly as I wanted to ensure files were not lost, deleted or over saved, I wanted to keep high standard folders that were well organised and full of information ready to be blogged. I have learned to be more organised with my folders on the desktop and documents area of the computed and windows soft ware and I have become more aware of the importance of naming files and arranging them in chronological order for example, my print screens used and shown in my final production blog were all in chronological order with detailed names so I knew specifically what it was.

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