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Learnt from prelim

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Learnt from prelim

  1. 1. What have I learnt from the preliminary to the full product?
  2. 2. Preliminary Now at the time, I was very pleased with how my preliminary turned out, and now I still think I did the best I could with it.  However, looking back on it I realise that there are a few items I would change but …  The act of doing the preliminary was essential to the real thing because I now knew how to use Photoshop, and how to set up a magazine properly. 
  3. 3. Final Piece  I learnt a lot from doing my preliminary magazine, not only about how to make my front cover seem more authentic, but also how to get a better work flow during the editing side of things.
  4. 4. Photoshop Before I started A-level media, I had no experience with using Photoshop. (though I already had the necessary skills from other programmes.)  Since first using it to make my prelim cover I believe I have improved dramatically in not only the results I get at the end, but also making the same image with half the time spent by developing a quicker work-flow.  I have also learnt to use certain tools unique to Photoshop, like the spothealing tool. 
  5. 5. Composition  The main thing that I learnt from my preliminary work is the importance of composition.  The slight difference of having my artist in the middle of the page instead of the right hand side made the whole page look larger, better proportioned and better laid out. It is also following more conventions of magazine so it is what the audience expect to see.
  6. 6. The Image  I learnt that the image is crucial and is really what will sell the front cover.  Having the blank white background gives a much more professional feel to the image as it’s what the audience would expect from a proper photo shoot, and it follows the conventions of a music magazines front cover image.
  7. 7. The Image  I learnt that the image is crucial and is really what will sell the front cover.  Having the blank white background gives a much more professional feel to the image as it’s what the audience would expect from a proper photo shoot, and it follows the conventions of a music magazines front cover image.

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