Sunday, January 11, 2009

Jack Boyd Photo Design Collaboration


My good friend Jack Boyd goes to the Art Institute in Denver and has taken a number of very revealing photography classes. For his Advertising final, he created the concept of the New Antique District for his project, as a hypothetical antique shopping neighborhood in Denver to base his photo subjects. Design and copy are pivotal parts to delivering an advertising message and he asked me if I could do some for him.

Our finals weeks were very close together so I had almost no time to work but was able to put a few compositions together. This is the first time I have worked with fashion photos but it felt very natural and easy. I think the best part is that unlike standalone work, the design is not the main focus of the image, making everything look a little better. I have seen some amazing model based design compositions throughout the net. Someone pay me so I can do more!


posted by Blake Kimmel @ 5:20 PM |

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