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Locations

  1. 1. LOCATIONS
  2. 2. ocations After looking around the school for various locations for my magazine, although being a boarder limited the shots differentiation, I did find some good locations to possibly use for mainly the front cover and double page spread. Some of these locations can be edited in Photoshop to be made black and white, sepia tone etc. depending
  3. 3. Leaning against a wall Insert: Similar location found in Rolling Stone magazine.In these locations, each member could be leaning against the wall in a casual, playful stancein a full shot of the members. Using the wall gives an Urban appearance and similar rockbands have done the same.
  4. 4. Lying on the grass Insert: Similar location found in a recent Q magazine.In these locations, the band members will be lying on the grass in a similar birds-eye positionto the insert to give them a playful and quirky appearance normally associated with alternativebands.
  5. 5. Peeking through In this location I thought each band member could appear in the window with mischievous expressions to give them a creative, playful edge The brick walls also add again an urban feel to the shots, but the foliage below the windows may be distracting.
  6. 6. Sitting on a bench The band members for numerous shots could be placed in different positions with different facial expression to give the shots a creative flare and playfulness. The park bench above is an example of an angle the shots could be taken in, with one of the band members up-close to the camera (looking into it) in front with the others surrounding.
  7. 7. Insert: TheWalking/Stood across Beatles – Abbey Road The band members in this full shot could stand side by side or be of a pose similar to the insert. Being a similar pose to the insert may be a pleasure for the audience as it may remind them of the famous Abbey Road shot and appeal to an older and younger audience.

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