Pre Production


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Pre Production

  1. 1. Pre-Production<br />Inspirational photo shoots<br />Influential magazines SketchesEarly namesMasthead ideasUnique selling point<br />
  2. 2. Influential Images Mood Board<br />
  3. 3. Influential Magazine Covers<br />
  4. 4. Influential Magazine Covers<br />I like the simple feel that this cover has. The pink and blue text add detail and give it a fun or uplifting feel. The ampersand sign adds some sophistication to the cover and I would like to replicate this feel on my own design. <br />This cover has a sophisticated feel to it due to the pose of the model and the black and blue text. The text is interesting to look at and still easy to read – it is important that I use this style of text on my own cover. <br />
  5. 5. Influential Magazine Covers<br />The neutral colours on these covers suggest that the magazines are unique and do not focus on mainstream music. As I am planning to create a magazine which does not concentrate on mainstream music I can take inspiration from the colours and the poses of the artists on the covers.<br />
  6. 6. Influential Magazine Covers<br />I really like the style of the masthead on this cover. It’s quirky and stands out well against the grey background. The magazine states that they focus on indie style and I think the masthead definitely supports and promotes this idea. My magazine is going to focus on alternative/indie music so I think something individual like this would be an appropriate for my magazine cover.<br />I think the pose of the artists makes the magazine seem instantly interesting. It’s not a typical pose or something that you would see on a mainstream music magazine. The use of black and white text stands out against the background image and looks very eye catching. <br />
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  9. 9. Masthead Designs<br />After browsing through various fonts I’ve decided that because my music magazine is going to focus on musicians that do not produce mainstream music a masthead with a handwritten font would be appropriate and fit in with the theme of the magazine as it will add a unique aspect to the design. Whilst I like the fonts below I don’t think they fit in as well with the theme of my design; for example the fifth font seem likes something that you would expect to see on a dance magazine and therefore is not something I want to use on mine. <br />
  10. 10. Unique Selling Point<br />The magazine primarily focuses on unsigned musicians who produce a unique sound and don’t feel the need to conform to the restraints of today&apos;s mainstream music.<br />