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How Seanmcq started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
Cambridge in Colour
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This website provides online tutorials in digital imaging and photography. It attracts nearly 1 million visitors each month based on the content that will be going into this eBook. Website content tends to focus more on the science behind topics in digital imaging than specific hands-on instructions.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I need a cover design for a new eBook that is based on a selection of the tutorials from http://www.cambridgeincolour.com. It should be both highly professional and stimulate the viewer to want to crack open the eBook and read more. This will be the first of three such eBooks.
Ideally the theme would tie in the current style, font and coloration of the website. It doesn't need to match too closely, but it should be clear that they're affiliated. All relevant images and styling can be taken from the website if needed. Fonts from the website have been attached (Orenburg and Tornado) along with fonts from the logo (Hero Light and Champagne & Limousines).
The pages are A4 sized in landscape mode, but the cover can be A4 in portrait mode if needed. The current eBook style is dark text on white so it can be printable, but the cover does not necessarily need to fit that theme.
Book title should be "Understanding Photography" with a sub-line of "Core concepts and techniques with digital image capture". All attached images are just ideas to stimulate the design process; none necessarily need to be used.