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Production of my double page spread

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  • 1. PRODUCTION OF MY DOUBLE PAGE SPREAD
  • 2.
    • Originally I was going to use this image for my double page spread however I think it doesn’t appeal much to the audience therefore I chose another more interesting picture.
  • 3.
    • As you can see from this image, I used the Lasso Tool to roughly select what part of the picture I would like
  • 4.
    • Then I inversed all the elements that I don't need (the background) and pressed delete to give me the next picture.
  • 5.
    • Now with the magic wand tool , I am going to get rid of all the green and grey background parts. I also used the eraser and the brush tool to help me clean and smoothen edges. This is less time consuming.
  • 6.
    • For this part of the image, It was quite hard to edit because of her hair and the shape also the green which was reflected in her hair. I had to cut off some hair here and smoothen the edges using the brush tool by decreasing the hardness to 0.
  • 7.
    • This is my edited version of the picture.
  • 8.
    • Here is my finished double page spread. I used the text box tool to add my article and placed it in an organised manner. I also added a floating quote which is a convention of a double page spread. I added two smaller images to make the text look more visual than textual.
  • 9.
    • This is the same double page spread but here I have changed the background to navy blue. This will catch the audiences attention as the colour can relate to people. Also with this colour at the background it is easy to identify what is the question and what is the answer.
  • 10.
    • This is my final product of my double page spread. I made a few changed from my previous copy. I positioned the writing so that it is split into two pages and i also added another border on the top left. I also added the page numbers.
    • On the images I placed slogans for the reader to understand who they are.
    Page numbers Headings