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Creativity in magazines

  1. 1. CREATIVITY IN MAGAZINES<br />
  2. 2. Set A Running Theme For The Magazine<br />Can Make Connotations To The Genre Or Target Audience E.G. Pink/Purple = Girls Blue=boys<br />Create The Image For A Magazine E.G. Vinyl Has A Sophisticated Three Colour Scheme <br /> Which Looks Professional, With A <br /> Professional Looking Masthead! The <br /> Swirly Fonts make a feminine Connot-<br />ation targeting the specified audience.<br />TYPOGRAPHY & COLOUR SCHEMES<br />
  3. 3. Creativity Is Shown In Photography Through Use Of ...<br />Lighting<br />Camer A Angles<br />Filters (Black & White, Sepia)<br />Location<br />Props<br />Costume<br />These All Influence Genre And Audience As They Portray The Magazines Content.<br />PHOTOGRAPHY<br />
  4. 4. The Layout Of A Text/Print Also Shows Creativity, As We Have Planned And Decided On How To Arrange It. It Can Determine How Professional It Looks And Also The Genre. E.G. A Busy Cover May Attract Younger Audiences, Where As A Simple More Sophisticated Cover May Attract A More Mature Audience.<br />GRAPHOLOGY<br />Vs<br />
  5. 5. Learning And Developing From Mistakes Or Work You’re Not Happy With Shows Creativity. The Developing Process Shows The Creative Journey You Have Taken To Come To Your Final Piece. Which Is Shown Though Out The Blog’s Used To Present Our Work And How We Have Experimented With Different Ideas And Techniques.<br />TRIAL & ERROR<br />
  6. 6. Cutting<br />Layering<br />Colour Replacement<br />Adjusting Saturation/Hue/Brightness/Contrast<br />Filters<br />Feathering<br />Red Eye/Spot Healing Tool<br />PHOTOSHOP<br />

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