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    • Step by step front cover: Opening adobe photo shop, select new from the file drop down and then it will ask you for the paper size click on international paper size A4 I then used the box tool and selected the colour gray on the colour option tool I then dragged the box till it covered the page acting as a grey back ground.
    • I then used the layers tool to ad more layers to enable the freedom to moved objects, pictures and text freely around the page, I do this for every new item on the page. I then used the box tool again to great a background for the mask head and logo, sizing them to the size I wanted and using the colour tool to change to have different colours. Using the text tool I then added text to the masthead and logo for the magazine. I changed the font and colours to suit the magazine theme.
    • I then used one of the pictures taken from the shoot and inserted it into photo shop on a separate page I then used the quick select tool to remove the back ground, to help to give a less jagged appearance I then used the eraser tool with a low hardness to go round and soften the picture after this I played with the picture controls to give it a slight eye catching appeal. Then placed the image in a location I thought best. I then used the box and text tools combined to great the title and the boxes with text in them changing the controls on colour and size, font to create a look to suit the magazine.
    • Again using the text tool and changing the font size and colour to achieve the look I desired these created cover lines. I then downloaded a PS brush tool that created barcodes. I opened this brush into Photoshop and used the PS brush into the location I wanted it and clicked placing the bar code in the correct place. Step by step Contents page
    • I opened a new photo shop document and again selected international paper size A4 I then saved it as contents page. To create the masthead and a sub heading, I then used the box tool to create two rectangle blue boxers by altering the colour settings.
    • I then used the text tool and altered the font, size and colour settings to create the text for the sub heading and masthead. I then used the text tool again to create the cover line and other part again by changing the font size and colour of the text.
    • I then used another picture from the photo shoot and inserted the picture into a new Photoshop page, again using the quick select tool to removed the back ground and the eraser tool with a soft eraser tool to soften the edges, I then dropped and dragged this image into the window I was creating the contents page in and placed it in a location I thought would best suit. Lastly I used the box tool to create a white box to act as a background and then downloaded some more PS brush tool to create the stars and the musical notes changing the size of the brushes. Double page spread step by step:
    • Firstly I opened a new Photoshop page and selected the international paper mode, selected the paper A3 and then changed the colour to 16 bit RGB. I then used the box tool to create a large black box to act as a back ground. I then used 5 addition images from the photo shoot and used the free transform tool to size them to the size I thought best. I then arranged these images into a checkerboard appearance in the corner on the double page spread. I then downloaded some music style PS brushes off the PS brushes site and selected ones I liked and sized them, selected colour white and put them in between the checker board style lay out.
    • I then used the text and box tools together changing the size and colour of both and the font on the text to great the headings and cover lines and then boxes of text for the article. Lastly I used some start PS brushes to give it the stand off the page effect.