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  • 1. Ancillary magazinerejected photos.

2. Shot 1 This image is rejected as the star is wearing a white shirt suggesting the innocence of her character. This is not the characterisation we wished to display. Also we planned to use a MS for the front cover, this shot is more of an MCU. 3. Shot 2 This shot was quite ideal for our front cover as the shot was the type we wished to use (MS). Despite this the characters facial expression is quite plain and does not characterise her in the way we were attempting to display. 4. Shot 3 The gap between the two characters heads would be completely unconventional if used on a magazine front cover. This could be edited although it would be much easier to simply re-shoot the photo differently. 5. Shot 4 In this image the characters glance is too far downwards, making it appear as though the eyes are closed. Also, this character is the victim of the soap opera and so it would be much more conventional to use a high-angle shot to portray vulnerability. 6. Shot 6 This shot effectively displays the relationship between the two characters however the mixture of colours in this shot (white, black, grey and blue) would make it difficult when adding content such as cover lines or buttons to the magazine front cover. This shot is an MCU Two-shot, an MS or an MLS would have been mush more conventional. 7. Shot 7 This shot was rejected as the characters hair is partially covering her face, we wanted to display a full facial expression on our front cover. 8. Shot 8 In this shot the character is blurred as the camera was slightly out of focus and so it was unsuitable for the magazine front cover. 9. Shot 9 The lighting in this shot is only visible on one side of the characters face. This character is also the villain in our soap storyline, therefore he should be characterised as quite dark and suspicious , the use of lighting displays him as the victim or hero.