The style in which the Zine is designed was inspired by older booklets where LaserJet printers needed to have a margin still. While modern laser printers are similar in needing a .125in margin, the originals required a larger area. This would lead to a large white frame around booklets that needed to be printed quickly and cheaply. With this in mind, a template was established and ideas were sketched in Procreate.
Some of the information below is from screenshots of the interfaces, while the rest is content either shot by myself or found on stock sites. Much of it shows how photos can appear after being edited in Lightroom Classic, along with how to make your depth of field appear different with different aperture and shutter speed settings. There are also options of how to shoot in RAW mode, with continuous shooting, and in a neutral setting to pop colors manually later.