Shopping for Messages

 

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    1. Many thanks. It was part of a B&W splash page to an article in the magazine. It had a an abstract quality and I felt the negative space and monochrome balanced the bright text & patterns. 🙂

      Unfortunately, the size and resolution of the more heavily texted images do not really bring out the details and layers I put into them. Seeing the larger image when you click it helps, but it is not really sharp enough. That’s what I get for getting carried away with asemic patterns – cacophony. ;D

      1. Yes, I do not reduce the resolution by much, but the print size is brought down considerably ( from large poster to small tabloid) to make the file size manageable. As a consequence, smaller details become poorly defined.

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