Below is a Prezi about my different locations, it has the equipment that I used at each location and the photos that I took.
Above is my fonts analysis Keynote which shows my font choices, the pros, cons and sizes of each font, why the fonts would be appropriate for my genre / target audience and what each font looked like in lowercase and uppercase.
I made two seperate contact sheets for my two photoshoots and analysed my images that I took using Adobe Bridge and Preview to annotate them.
This is proof that I have contacted my models for my magazine photo shoot, it contains the screenshots to prove I contacted them, an image of the model themselves and an explanation as to why I chose them to be models for my photo shoot.
What Music Would My Audience Like?
Below is a playlist of 200 songs which my target audience might possibly listen to. I want my magazine to focus on the indie genre specifically and I feel these tracks would be appropriate for this genre.
What Age Group Are My Target Audience?
My Target Audience would fit into the age group of 16-24 and they could be either male or female as I don’t think I should limit my audience to a certain gender.
What Brands do They Like?
I think that my target audience wouldn’t specifically wear certain brands, I could see them wearing Doc Martin shoes and oversized shirts with jeans. But I couldn’t see them wanting to keep up with the latest fashion trends and necessarily wear big named brands.
What is Their Socio-Economic Group?
I believe that my target audience would be middle class and not necesarily wealthy but would have a large interest in indie music.
Below are four different genre plans which were made by each member of my group. I made the Indie shoot plan and all of the captions for the images are below them.
Indie Photo Shoot Plan
Below are 3 images and a quick description of them in terms of our practice photo shoot.
Classical Photo Shoot Plan
Like the indie shot here are 3 images with descriptions of them that we could use for our photo shoot.
This is my infographic which I made using infogr.am, a free online infographic maker, the last two responses were displayed using a Wordle word cloud which I then uploaded as an image after editing them in photoshop to make the background colour the same as the infographic’s background colour so that it fitted in with the colour scheme.
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