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Initial photos

  1. 1. These are the photo’s I took for the front cover. I made sure the top of the image was blank for the mast head. I chose this image because it was the best out of the four.
  2. 2. I chose the three larger ones as they were the better photo’s. I thought one of the images needed to be of the cover person and I wanted some different people too. I chose to have a plain background for the other two images.
  3. 3. I chose the two larger images to use for my magazine. I liked the one on the bench because in my mock up I liked the idea of having a longer image in the middle of the two pages. I broke conventions by taking an image where he wasn’t facing the camera and I want to put this in my DPS too.
  4. 4. I took the cover and DPS images in the woods. I decided to do this as it creates a nice background and the natural colours make the person stand out. I chose areas where I could use the sky as the mast head so the title will stand out and be readable. I took the other images in the art room where there are plain white walls so they look different to the main feature photo’s.
  5. 5. I researched bands and artists that fall into my chosen genre and chose costumes that matched. I wanted them in normal clothes that matched suited the genre which is rock/alternative.
  6. 6. The only prop I used was a microphone for the cover and DPS images. I did this because I thought it was important that I make it obvious that it’s a music magazine.

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