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Last, I hope, attempt at the images.

May 24th, 2010 · 3 Comments · Music News

Okay, here are the last tries at getting this lined out.

Back cover:

I did the re-alignment suggested, and changed the ‘producer’ to ‘recording’. I also put the special thanks names in alphabetical order. I’d like to have been able to write a small paragraph there and then include the names, but that panel on the image is just not big enough for that.

I also updated the text on the inside photo of the band to reflect Recording: Brian Cullen

So the images would then be:

Sunday Sessions - Cover

Inside cover - left

Disk image

Note on the copyright: I just went with the 2009 though I found email where we discussed rehearsals and the project dated as far back as November of 2008! Yikes! I’m of the mind it’s ’bout time to get on with it 🙂

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 William // May 24, 2010 at 11:25 am

    Thanks for fiddling some more. It’s looking better. Now, I have a question. Byron and I both really liked the photo of the kids laughing and looking at one of the tinted versions now (4d if you still have it) the match with the color scheme on the back cover looks pretty close. What are your objections to using that photo?

  • 2 admin // May 24, 2010 at 11:52 am

    If I remember correctly, Ahn’s face is out of focus in that photo, so I wasn’t so high on it.

    I played around with that Sepia effect, but it really just greys out everything else on the other images though it does look interesting for, say, the cover or insert image. Just preferred to have a more uniform color scheme.

  • 3 William // May 24, 2010 at 2:25 pm

    This is tricky because their your kids. However, I was only thinking about sepia for the cover, not the disc image or inside cover. Byron thought Ahn wasn’t out of focus, but blurred because he was moving like a healthy, active kid. Those three kids were probably smiling and laughing a lot while we were working on the music. The project gave them a break from adults. They were happy. Please think it over and talk to the others if you wish.

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