Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Presentation + Photos

Recent acquisitions from the Museum of the Lost and Found Poster present the images in a poetic way. The dark background and spotlight lighting suggest a museum environment.

Birth of Consumerism presents the parts and pieces and how they are put together. This is an informational response and presents the piece as a product.

By altering the photograph slightly, the 3 dimensional model reads as less of a three dimensional space and more as an interpretive image.

Good lighting is essential to your photos. The scale of objects is represented by showing hands. A clean background makes the bright colors pop. The higher camera view gives an overview.

A lower camera angle makes you feel like you are there.

This complementary image further underscores the attitude of the company. These photos were presented in a book format that looked like a clothing catalogue. Check out more of Ben’s project on his website.

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