How to make a record album cover
FourFourThree title How do I make a book cover look as if it is a record cover?
article FourFiveOne title How can you make your next record cover look good?
article ThreeFourTwo 1.
Do not mix your own records and your own photos.
This is because you will probably end up with a photo that is not yours.
You have to have your own original photographs and photos from your work.
If you are using a photo of someone else, please be sure that the photo was taken by the same person.
Do NOT use a picture of your parents or grandparents, or anyone you would want to appear in your photo.
Do your own photoshoots to make sure you have the right background.
Make sure your photo is taken in a good light.
Do you own your photos?
Do they need to be digitally altered?
Do the photos need to have an effect on the image?
Do a picture that will look like a record.
Do it well.
Do this in a professional setting, not on your phone or computer.
Do any of the above?
Does it need to look like you own it?
Do all of these things?
Do these things make sense?
Do each of these look good on the cover?
Do I need to edit my photos for the cover to be a record?
Do we need to get permission from the copyright holders to use their photos on the album?
What is the right way to edit a photo?
Is this the only way I can do it?
How can I make sure my album cover looks like the original album?
Do some of the photos on my album have a different colour than the ones on my phone?
Do different photos on different albums look like different albums?
Is it ok to use different photos from different sources?
Do my albums look different from each other?
What do I do if I want to edit some photos on one album and use a photo from another album on another album?
I have a photo on my computer and I want it to be on my cover, what do I tell my assistant to do?
Can I use my computer’s camera and edit the photo on the computer?
What if my assistant doesn’t know what to do with my photos?
Can my assistant edit my computer photo?
How do we know that the original photo on one of my albums is actually a photo taken by me?
Can we show the original picture to our assistant?
Can the original photos on a single album be shown on one cover?
Can our assistant show the photo in another cover?
Can a cover with different photos be shown?
How will our assistant know that this photo is the original?
Can one cover be shown in two different photos?
Can there be two different covers with different images on them?
How to add more photos to an album?
How should we display the photos in our album?
What can I do with photos on our album that have been cropped?
How about using the same photo to show two different people?
Can you take the original photograph and use it on the covers?
Can two different cover images be used to show different people on different covers?
What should we do with our cover?
How much is too much?
Can an album cover include the same photograph from two different albums on two different plates?
Can albums be used with photos from the same source?
Can images on different plates be shown side-by-side?
What about a photo we took on our phone?
How are we going to show photos from other people?
How would we know when the photo we are showing is from a person who lives in a different country than our photo?
Is the photo of a person from a different place on a cover?
Can this photo be used on the back of a record box?
How does the cover look on our records?
What are the advantages of having a different photo on a record book?
Is a photograph from a photo studio really worth it?
Is there a photo you would like to use for your album cover?
What you should do with the photo you are taking for your cover?
What photos should be on your album?
How many people should be in the picture?
Do more than one photo from the picture be on the record?
Can any of these be used as the cover photo?
Do two photos from separate photos be on a different album?
Do one photo on your cover have the same background as the other photo?