A client has called. She hired a photographer to do a shot of something to show how her new water repellent product works. The photographer blew the shot… never did any Project 52 assignments, poor guy.
She (the client) needs the photographs for several items:
Cover for the brochure. (Square)
Banner for the website. (Horizontal – 960 pixels x 245 pixels)
Background for the product itself. (Just a section to use for the packaging background) No worries about that, we can snatch off of the brochure cover.
She has told you the following:
– Bright colors are great!
– The product works on skin and most materials
– The product makes water less damaging to the material
– The product is used in business and consumer products
– Their target market is product producers
There ya go!
You have to decide if you are going to do two different shots or a single shot that will allow the crop. The second way is much harder, but if you are an intrepid soul it may work fine. Make sure that the images relate to each other. Brochure users should recognize the ‘brand’ in the header of the website and website users feel they “know” the brochure when they see it.
Google Search (gotta get by the top 12 rows of bikini’s and such).
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