Through the Lens of Editors’ Critique: Unraveling the Cultural Significance of 'Brite life' Magazine's Cover Design
Rayel Basu
Being a sub-editor is both varied and difficult at the same time and its critical part lies in mastering the art of editing huge articles into the prescribed word-limit for magazine publication and news production. To master the art of editing, one has to consider carefully various factors like the word-count, use of proper words and putting them down with the right font size and style, point size, paragraph styles, correct picture for display and then combining it together for an effective magazine layout. In my practice critique, I will reflect on how my usage of Adobe InDesign has influenced the layout pattern for all three features to a professional standard, the skills implemented for sub-editing and designing my spread and the choice of pictures for its production. It also analyses a journalist’s motivation and justifies the choice of magazines along with such language that shall attract a good number of audiences. And in doing so, I heavily relied on the techniques and the academic suggestions given throughout the Advanced Journalism Skills module.
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Unique Paper ID: 161112

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2

Page(s): 692 - 694
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