Task 2 Process
Alan Smith
Starting
First I chose an image which later was imported into Photoshop. I image was then cropped to a
compressed to a sma...
InDesign
After InDesign was loaded, the box tool was
selected and a square template was made for the
image to go into, the...
Adding Text and developing
After the image was compressed it was
then time to add text to form the article.
After the text...
Finishing
A Dropped capital was added using the paragraph
section under ‘Type’ on the tool bar. You could then
decide how ...
Exporting
After everything was organised it was time
to export the image as a JPEG. This was to
remove the lines that were...
The End Product
One with Guidelines and one without.
Extension task
Here I have been experimenting with the
placement of the text and image on a 3x3 grid.
This is going agains...
Here the image takes up 2 out of the 3 grids
given. The text therefore being the other
third. The image fits well in the g...
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Task 2

  1. 1. Task 2 Process Alan Smith
  2. 2. Starting First I chose an image which later was imported into Photoshop. I image was then cropped to a compressed to a smaller size using the image>image size tools available. After this it was time to save the image.
  3. 3. InDesign After InDesign was loaded, the box tool was selected and a square template was made for the image to go into, the image was then later imported through the open section in ‘File’.
  4. 4. Adding Text and developing After the image was compressed it was then time to add text to form the article. After the text was chosen and imported it was time to start grouping where it was going to be displayed on the page.
  5. 5. Finishing A Dropped capital was added using the paragraph section under ‘Type’ on the tool bar. You could then decide how many lines you wanted the letter to take up. As you can see the text is compressed in 3 columns. This is so it is kept neat and symmetrical. The image is located in the centre of page as this is the main focal point of the article. The Dropped Capital is used to show the start of the paragraph and is considered a formal opening to any piece of text.
  6. 6. Exporting After everything was organised it was time to export the image as a JPEG. This was to remove the lines that were helping in making the page neat.
  7. 7. The End Product One with Guidelines and one without.
  8. 8. Extension task Here I have been experimenting with the placement of the text and image on a 3x3 grid. This is going against the rules on how you should present it. The text is not in line with the grid units provided on the page, this therefore gives the impression that it has not been thought about and the overlapping nature of the image is made to look unprofessional. This is an example on how you should not display your article, using overlapping of text on image. This is frowned at in the industry as it is seen as unorganised and not easy to read. Which is why columns are used. This is an example showing where not to place the image you are using. This is over an alley that should be kept clear.
  9. 9. Here the image takes up 2 out of the 3 grids given. The text therefore being the other third. The image fits well in the guidelines given and ultimately makes the text look neater being in a singular column. However, the alley is not left free between the image and the text.

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