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Evaluation Question 1 - In what does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of a real media product? (contents)

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Evaluation Question 1 - In what does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of a real media product? (contents)

  1. 1. Evaluation Question 1 – In what way does your media productuse, develop or challenge forms and conventions of a real media product? (Contents page)My contents page consists of the same colour scheme as my front page. It hasbrowns, maroons and reds along with blacks. This is also reflected through thetones of the images that were all also taken with my nikon D40, 50mm lens. Withthe guitar pictures on the left hand side I added a colour layer to add that maroontinge into the background that was originally black when it was first taken.This page has a website on the left under the guitar images. This followsconventions of a typical media product. Also it makes it look more professional.It contains the logo that is on the front page, IRM in the same bold eye catchingfont on the top of the page. This technique is used in my style model, NMEmagazine.Bold titles are still used on this contents page. This includes the sub-heading of
  2. 2. Half full of infinity under the main image of the contents page. This is so itstands out as it is the main article in the issue.The convention of the way it is set out is very accurate to my style model issue Ihave picked. It has all the contents of the issue on the right hand side. Although Idid my own slant on the NME style as the guitar images on the left and the wholeleft column isnt on my style model.Another convention that is often used in contents pages is the issue image onthe page. Mine is on the bottom left hand side. Along with an image of anotherarticle that is in the issue.

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