An original photodesign example created in Adobe Photoshop
Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, FOCUS principles):
First, I decided what I wanted my message to be. I knew I wanted to use a picture of a dog, and so I put some thought into my color scheme and how I would incorporate the dog. I borrowed my friends dog, and after a painful hour and a half of trying to get a dog to sit still, I got a couple of good shots. I edited my photo in Adobe Photoshop, making sure to get the colors right, and make the snow as white as possible. I cropped the photo to make it more visually appealing and made sure that the design flowed as a whole.
Dogs are loving, loyal pets.
Anyone who has had a pet dog, or would like a pet dog.
Top Thing Learned:
I learned that taking your own photos is difficult and can add more time to the process. I thought that it would be easy to take a couple of pictures, but there are so many other factors at play when you have a live subject.
Color scheme and color names:
Complementary; orange and blue
Title Font Name & Category:
Phosphate Inline – Decorative/Sans Serif
Copy Font Name & Category:
Phosphate Inline – Decorative/Sans serif
Thumbnail of original, unedited image inserted:
Date and location you took the photo(s)
Thursday, February 4th; Mesa Falls Apartment complex in Rexburg Idaho.