UNIT 6: showing my unedited and edited image idea

unedited and edited layout ideas

Above is sketches I did before creating the pages on Adobe Indesign. I wanted to create these sketches beforehand so I have some reference to look at when I worked in Indesign. I think layout idea 2 won’t work because the images will be to stretched which will look unprofessional which I don’t want because I want my book to look professional. As for the other layout ideas I think they will work because they are small and not stretched out on to the page which is good because it will look professional which I want because I want to create a professional looking book.

In this video I test out my idea of showing the unedited and edited version in a book. I created a new document on Adobe Indesign to test out this idea because I didn’t want to mess up my templates with an idea which may not work. Upon looking back at the video I really think I will use the first mock layout I did because the images aren’t stretched out because I find stretched images look unprofessional. I also will use this this layout because there is enough room to place some text because I want to ensure the viewer knows what the image is about. I won’t use the second mock layout because of how stretched out the images are because stretched images look unprofessional. I also won’t use that layout because there isn’t enough room to place text because I want to ensure the viewers know what the image is about. I will use the double full bleed image layout because the images can been seen without being stretched because stretched images look unprofessional. I won’t use the double full bleed image layout because there isn’t any room to place text because I would like to give some explanation to the image so the viewer knows what is going on. With the next layout I think I will use this because the images aren’t stretched which is good because stretched images look unprofessional. I will also use this layout because there is enough room to place text because I want to ensure the viewers know what the image is about. For the next layout I have altered the first layout because I want to give a nice mix of layouts so the viewers don’t get board of seeing the same layout. I will use this alternative layout because it allows me to place text which is good because I want to inform viewers on what the image is about. I will use this alternative layout because the images won’t be stretched which is good because stretched images look unprofessional.

In conclusion I will use the first layout along with its alternative layout because it allows me to place text and ensures the images won’t be stretched. I will also use the double full bleed image layout because it ensure the images won’t be stretched. I am a little unsure about using this layout though because it doesn’t allow me to place text which I want because I want to ensure the viewers know what the image is about. I will use the layout where the images are next to each other but a text box is below because the images aren’t going to be stretched. I will also use that layout because it allows text to be placed which is good because I want to ensure the viewer knows what the image is about. I won’t use the the layout where the images are together and there is no text box because the images are stretched. I won’t this layout because there is no text box which is bad because I cannot tell the viewer what the image is about.

The audience for this idea I have is the mass audience because this idea doesn’t cater to specific audiences which means it is for the mass audience. I wanted to target this audience because I don’t want to limit my work to specific audiences because this will limit how much exposure my work will get.

In conclusion doing these mock layouts I do believe showing my unedited and edited images is a good idea and will go on to adjust my final templates to suit this idea.

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