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Assets table - recording the copyright information on the logos and pictures I used.

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ASSETS TABLE You must find out what the copyright information is on all of the assets used/if any. Source Asset P or S* Details of permission if used Description of the asset Details of editing (this is a very important part of the process, as this is where you will show how you have made the assets fit for audience and purpose) In which part of the project have you used this asset? Fair trade logo image s N/A A picture of the fair trade logo I shrunk the picture and I have photo shopped the image to say fair deal instead of fair trade, this is to avoid copy rites and so that it is my work. It has also been used to show the existence of fair trade on my work. Mediator 9 Fair trade not free trade image s N/A A picture of a little badge which says Fair trade not free trade. I have enlarged the picture to make it more visible to the audience and to stand out from the rest of my work; it is also to make a better balance on my work from writing to images. This image has been chosen by me to show the relevance of equality in the world today and to try and put that message across. ...read more.

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Information point clothes image S N/A A rack of clothes For this image I have cropped it to get rid of some background text and images that were not needed in the software that I was using it on. The purpose of it is because it was a perfect sized picture of clothes that I was able to use on my information point. Information point Chocolate pile image S N/A A pile of chocolate For this image I have cropped it to get rid of some background text and images that were not needed in the software that I was using it on. The purpose of it is because it was a perfect sized picture of chocolate that I was able to use on my information point. Information point Beer and ale image S N/A Glass of beer/ale For this image I have cropped it to get rid of some background text and images that were not needed in the software that I was using it on. The purpose of it is because it was a perfect sized picture of beer and ale that I was able to use on my information point. Information point fruit image S N/A A pile of multiple fruits For this image I have cropped it to get rid of some background text and images that were not needed in the software that I was using it on. ...read more.

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This is good because it shows people why making a trade is good. Information point Original music 1 Sound file N/A A self created sound I have shortened the song and only used the instrumental part. I have also used this in my still movies. It is good because it makes my still movies more interesting. Information point/on film Original music 2 Sound file N/A A self created sound I have shortened the song and only used the instrumental part It is good because it makes my still movies more interesting. Information point/on film Promotional movie video P N/A A video to promote fairer deals In this I have included some information about fair trade and why it is good, this is good because it is on the rite level for the target audience. E-port folio Swap advert Power point N/A A power point consisting of 6 pages to help promote swapping products. This asset is good and I think it appeals to the target audience because I have created it and the colour scheme is quite good, the text is appropriate. Swap advert * P = Primary source S= Secondary source All of my sources have been from Google images apart from my Swap Advert and my Logo. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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