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    • STAGE ONE This is our first step of making our music video advert. We used a photo taken within one of our previous photo shoots. We used this font and colour as we felt that it stands out a lot with the background. We also made sure the artist name is the biggest text on the advert so our target audience know who the artist is.
    • STAGE TWO Me and my partner added text in the same font telling the audience the track name ‘Starry Eyed’. This makes them aware of what to expect and shows the audience what the poster is actually advertising. We also added a website for our target audience to visit to gain information on the artist, helping them gain interest.
    • STAGE THREE We have now added the words ‘OUT NOW’ in a bold font that stands out just to tell our target audience that they are able to get their hands on the song and mix tape now. We also added logos for Facebook, twitter and iTunes telling our audience they can access the song through these social networking sites and can purchase the song via iTunes.
    • STAGE FOUR We have now added the mix tape cover to the advertisement to give our audience a glance of what the mix tape looks like so they are aware of what to expect. We also left feedback from magazines on the mix tape so that the audience can get a rough idea of what to expect.