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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 How does your media product represent particular social groups? My music magazine represents a particular social group, this is the group of people that would most likely buy my product and are my target audience who I thought about all along making the magazine. While trying to represent this social sub culture it was vital to almost reflect them within my work. Therefore when selecting things like models, clothing, colours, form of language etc. it was key to echo the indie social culture.On both my cover page and double page spread the same model is featured, however in the two she is shown very differently. On the front cover she is shown smiling, the photo has a lot of natural warm colours in it, making it very friendly and attractive to look at. The audience will automatically feel that the artist shown is a nice, happy and down to earth person, just like them. All of these qualities are very appealing to a their social group. Meaning they are more likely to pick up this magazine. The photo, of the same girl, inside the magazine gives off a very different atmosphere. The photo is black and white with a lot of darker areas, the clothing is the same, however the background shows a harsher environment. This gives the happy artist shown previously a different edge, this is supported by the article next to it; which talks about the hard life shes lead. On the contents page there are two strong photos supporting my target audience. The two photos show teenagers having a lot of fun, which is exactly what the people who buy the magazine are looking to read about, as it is what they do themselves. By including photos of people at e.g. festivals, parties, Im representing the youth of my particular chosen social group.Its vital to capture the essence of the indie social culture within my work, so by carefully choosing the clothing shown in the photos I am doing just that. In all the photos featured in my magazine I tried as hard as possible to fit it in with the sort of clothes that are accepted within that culture. The same goes for the setting. WHAT?
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