Evaluation Question 1 part 3

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Evaluation Question 1 part 3

  1. 1. Question 1 part 3 DOUBLE PAGE SPREAD
  2. 2. Research into double page spreads Before designing our double page spread we had to carry out research into what other double page spreads looked like. Of course, we had a pretty good idea and understanding of the conventions because of the extensive research we had to do in our AS media course where we went on to produce a double page spread of our own.
  3. 3. Title Our title is very similar to those found in other double page spreads: it is bold and very eye catching. The black contrasts with the yellow background makings it stand out and one of the first things you notice.
  4. 4. Article Drop Cap Our article has followed the three column convention found in most magazines, it has a consistent font type and is easy and clear to read. It isn't as long as it could have been though, and I feel that this is one of the drawbacks with this ancillary task. Following the conventions again, we made sure our text had a drop cap at the beginning. Quotes We didn’t have as many quotes as a professional double page spread might have, but we made sure to include at least one. By Line Just like the professional spreads, our article also features a by line.
  5. 5. Conventions and how we applied them Main Image The main image was an image we had taken on a camera which was then edited in photoshop. It takes up Most of the double page spreads, something that we noticed a few other magazines did. We challenged the conventions because we made the image into a silhouette whereas usual double page spreads have a clear image in which you can see the subjects face, clothes and props.
  6. 6. Additional images We both stuck to and challenged the conventions found in a professional double page spread when it came to the additional images. This is because although we do include some, we only include 2 whereas many are found in other spreads.

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