FMP Test Images 2

Test images for the continued evaluation of the visual impact of handwriting/paper/finish combinations for the insertion of text into FMP images.

Combi 1 cropped

TI/040518/1a

Combi 2 cropped

TI/040518/1b

Combi 3 cropped

TI/040518/2a

Combi 4 cropped

TI/040518/2b

Combi 5 cropped

TI/040518/3a

Combi 6 cropped

TI/040518/3b

Combi 7 cropped

TI/040518/4a

Combi 8 cropped

TI/040518/4b

Combi 9 cropped

TI/040518/5a

Combi 10 cropped

TI/040518/5b

Combi 11 cropped

TI/040518/6a

Combi 12 cropped

TI/040518/6b

Combi 13 cropped

TI/040518/7a

Combi 14 cropped

TI/040518/7b

Combi 15 cropped

TI/040518/8a

Combi 16 cropped

TI/040518/8b

Combi 17 cropped

TI/040518/9a

Combi 18 cropped

TI/040518/9b

Combi 19 cropped

TI/040518/10a

Combi 20 cropped

TI/040518/10b

Combi 21 revised

TI/040518/11a

Combi 22 revised

TI/040518/11b

 

As previously stated (see FMP Test Images), I feel that the square cut, or trimmed images have less visual appeal, in contrast the ripped finish adds character.

Images with handwritten text have more visual appeal than those with typed text, which appears somewhat soulless.

However, I believe the cleanest and most effective method of combining image and text can be observed in images TI/040518/11a and 11b. I also feel that the sophistication of this presentation lies in its stylish simplicity.

Additionally, the public outcome for the FMP will be an online gallery using a lightbox to which the square format of images TI/040518/11a and 11b are better suited.

 

Text credits: Jo and Constance Barter (2010).

 

Reference

Barter, C. (2010). Mealtimes and Milestones. London: Robinson

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