Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Visual Story-Telling

A picture is worth a thousand words.
Our vision is our most acute and dominant sense. It helps us process and recall information quickly. When you're explaining a concept with pictures, it is more appealing and effective to your audience, therefore, we should combine good pictures with minimum words ( good, and explanatory ) to make an impact.







In visual storytelling you can keep your watcher/reader's interests alive by making good use of colour, texture, perspective and composition, graphics. For example, stop-motion, people are attracted to things that change pace and keep focused.










Coming across this new knowledge , we should try and use it in our future presentations and use minimum text and more images! :D


1 comment:

  1. This shows some good understanding; I would like you to explain more clearly how this knowledge will help you.

    Please make sure you write using you own words and check your sentences are complete, for example, "For example, stop-motion, people are attracted to things that change pace and keep focused." This is not clear to me.

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