Photo shoot for music magazine, and evidence


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Photo shoot for music magazine, and evidence

  1. 1. Photo shoot for music magazine, and evidence of manipulating the photographs<br />I was my own model in my photo shoot, I used the photos for my content page, front cover and double page spread.<br />
  2. 2. Photos<br /> All my photos were taken indoor, with a simple camera.<br /> I chose to have my photos taken inside for better lighting. And to play around with shadows.<br />
  3. 3. Photos<br /> I took more photos and changed clothes and guitar to create a different image.<br />
  4. 4. Editing for Front Cover<br /> I decided to use this photo for my front cover.<br /> I then started the editing by cropping the photo.<br />
  5. 5. Editing for Front Cover<br />One of the reason I chose to shoot the photos inside, was the editing. This made it easier to get the right colours I wanted. I increased the contrast and the temperature of the image on Microsoft photo viewer.<br />
  6. 6. Editing for Front Cover<br /> This is what my final front cover looks like. I used the colours to match with the edited photo. The fact that I am alone in the photo also links in with this idea of guitar solos and rock.<br />
  7. 7. Photos<br /> I took more photos for other parts of my project such as my content page.<br />I decided to take my photos indoor , because I would edit them anyway.<br />
  8. 8. Photos<br /> I decided to use this for my content page photo. <br /> I decided to edit it by cutting myself out of the photo, to put it on a plain surface.<br />
  9. 9. Editing for my Content Page<br />I decided to edit my photo on “Indesign”, I started by drawing around the photo, then I cropped out the shape.<br />This gave me the final result the shape of my body out side the original background.<br />
  10. 10. Editing for my Content Page<br />However I found that my photo looked out of place and the tone and colours of the skin did not go well <br />I therefore increased the colour temperature and the contrast to make the photo look more life like.<br />Before<br />After<br />
  11. 11. Editing for my Content Page<br /> This is my final content page I used the same font and colour as my masthead to write the heading, to create a link with the two. The text box are also similar, the orange box is also used to attract attention and to create a frame. I kept this content page clear to make it look more relaxing and interesting.<br />
  12. 12. Photos<br />I decided to take photos in front of a red brick wall. <br />Red walls connote British rock music, I therefore used it as one of my locations for my photo shoot.<br />
  13. 13. Editing for Double Page Spread<br />Before<br />I changed the colours of the photo to create this old fashion effect, washed out effect.<br />After<br />
  14. 14. Editing for Double Page Spread<br />I finally cropped parts of the photo on the double page spread.<br />The guitar and elbow of the model for example is out the frame, to create this double page spread effect.<br />
  15. 15. Editing for Double Page Spread<br />For this photo I simply changed the colour to black and white, to create this vintage effect.<br />Finished product<br />
  16. 16. Editing for Double Page Spread<br />This is my finished double page spread, we can see the two photos I used and edited to create it.<br />This double page spread promotes old fashion rock music, I did this by changing the colours of the two photos used.<br />