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Plans for photoshoot

Product
This will simply be a fashion spread for a teenage lifestyle magazine based on
the 1990’s.
Theme
The theme is set in the 90’s, it will include mens fashion from the 1990’s and
how it is making a comeback in the year 2017.
Model/s
Sam Ball
Locations
Spread One - Photo’s taken outside in an abandoned warehouse type location
with props left around the setting.
Spread Two - Photographs also taken outside in a location in front of a graffitied
bridge.
Spread Three - (Portraits) to the right will be on derelict train tracks.
Spread Four - Taken in front of a brick wall with a smashed window and slight
graffiti.
Outfits
Front Cover One - Plain long sleeved white top, plain black gilet, dickies pants,
white socks and vans. With a black beanie.
Front Cover Two - Plain white top, oversized denim jacket, straight jeans, white
socks and converse.
Front Cover Three - Blue mom jeans, yellow calvin klein top and converse.
Front Cover Four - Dickies top, plain straight trousers, converse or vans.
Equipment Required
DSLR
PROPS – Camera, Gaming Controller, Gaming chair and Mobile Phone.
CLOTHING – 2x Plain tops, Yellow top, Denim Jacket, Make-up, Plain Blouse.
TRIPOD
LIGHTING – Fluorescent and Natural.
Schedule
Tuesday 7th February - Photograph Cover One
Tuesday 7th February – Photograph Cover Two
Tuesday 20th February - Photograph Cover Three and Four
Props
Spread One - Skateboard
Contingency plans
Backup Model/s
All Covers – Chris Stones
If the equipment breaks – schedule the shoot for a later date.
Spare Batteries – If one runs out
Legal
Copyright Law: Copyright is a legal right created by the law of a country
that grants the creator of an original work exclusive rights for its use and
distribution. This is usually only for a limited time. The exclusive rights are not
absolute but limited by limitations and exceptions to copyright law, including fair
use.
Intellectual Property: Intellectual property refers to creations of the
mind, such as inventions, artistic works, designs and symbols, names and
images used in trade.
Obscenity Law: In 1973, a law was passed and the law was that you are
not allowed to say foul language and to not be rude on the radio or TV because it
could upset many different types of people who may be listening and may be
offended.
Trespass Law: Trespass is defined by the act of knowingly entering
another person's property without permission. Such action is held to infringe
upon a property owner's legal right to enjoy the benefits of ownership.
Privacy Law: Privacy Law is the law which relates to an individual or
business entity's expectation to be left free from scrutiny or public exposure in
their daily lives by either the government or other members of the public.
Trademark: A trademark is a recognizable sign, design, or expression
which identifies products or services is safe from being used by others which was
acted in 1994.
Ethical
Gender
The Ethical issue with Gender is talking wrong about someone’s gender or
stereotyping a gender. In my photoshoot I cannot picture or assume the wrong
gender either being a man or a women and stereotyping each gender. I cannot
discriminate wrong or stereotype a specific gender because If I was too I could
get into a lot of trouble as by morals it is wrong and if you ‘taboo’ against
someone’s gender beliefs then that is completely wrong and if you do it in the
media, you can get in serious trouble.
Age: The Ethical issue with age is I can’t photograph about someone’s
capability with their age. I cannot say that someone is too old to do something
because in the radio it is ethical wrong. I cannot photograph or assume wrong
about someone’s age and be ageist and capability because If I was too I could
get into a lot of trouble as by morals it is wrong and if you ‘taboo’ against
someone’s gender beliefs then that is completely wrong and if you do it in the
media, you can get in serious trouble.
Sexuality: The Ethical issue with sexuality is that I cannot write wrong
about someone’s sexuality also to stereotype a specific sexuality. For an example
I cannot be homophobic on the on the photographs front cover and talk about all
homosexuals being feminine. I cannot assume or write wrong about someone’s
sexuality because If I was too I could get into a lot of trouble as by morals it is
wrong and if you ‘taboo’ against someone’s gender beliefs then that is
completely wrong and if you do it in the media, you can get in serious trouble.
Ethnicity: The ethical issue with age is I can’t discriminate about
someone’s religion/ ethnicity. I cannot photograph or discuss about anything
ethically wrong in my radio show as this can offend the reader of my magazine.
People ethnicities are someone’s decision and the way they lead their lives so it
is wrong to talk bad about that. If I was to write or photograph about things that
are ethically wrong I could get into a lot of trouble as by morals it is wrong and if
you ‘taboo’ against someone’s ethical beliefs then that is completely wrong and
if you do it in the media, you can get you in serious trouble and gives you a bad
name.
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