Mind map and
Mood board.
Stephanie Westerman
Feelings
Sad
Happy
Life

Birth

Miracle

Isaac Newton Unknown
Charles
Darwin
Adventures

Space

Stars

Invention

Discover...
The Unknown

The Abandoned
The Survivor

The Silhouettes
Colour Schemes

On the mood board on slide 3,
you can see that the colours of
the images are made up of
either bright colo...
Techniques
I liked the image of the old man with a landscape image over his face on slide 3 from
‘The Unknown’ mood board,...
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  1. 1. Mind map and Mood board. Stephanie Westerman
  2. 2. Feelings Sad Happy Life Birth Miracle Isaac Newton Unknown Charles Darwin Adventures Space Stars Invention Discovery Out of this world Creatures New Old Near death Gravity Death Mystery Illness treatments Survivor Murder What is a Discovery? A category of procedural devices employed by a party to a civil or criminal action, prior to trial, to require the adverse party to disclose information that is essential for the preparation of the requesting party's case and that the other party alone knows or possesses. Forbidden Scary People Mezhgorye – Russia, closed down town. Exciting Six Flags – Louisiana, abandoned rollercoster Chateau Miranda – Belgium, haunted after turning in to a children’s home after WW2, where you can sometimes find scattered children's toys in the halls and hanging from cellings.
  3. 3. The Unknown The Abandoned
  4. 4. The Survivor The Silhouettes
  5. 5. Colour Schemes On the mood board on slide 3, you can see that the colours of the images are made up of either bright colours, like ‘The Survivor’ these are made up of bright colours, which will stand out to people. This is an idea that I liked, but with the colours being so bright it might be a overwhelming. The Abandoned however is That are basically the same, I quite likedup of idea because it’s nice made this quite dark, grim and minimalistic so that everything doesn’t get too confusing with the kind of picture that it is, it’s easy on the eye so that the audience won’t be put off looking at it. This is something that I will try and mix in with my final idea. For ‘The Unknown’ mood board, I liked the way that the colours are quite pastel like, I thought this was a nice change from looking at something that was black and white or just really bright, so this is something I’m certain I will use when taking/creating my final images unless something better comes along. When creating my image I will also try and use colours that compliment each other so that it helps to make the final piece look more professional
  6. 6. Techniques I liked the image of the old man with a landscape image over his face on slide 3 from ‘The Unknown’ mood board, I thought that this was a really nice idea for my final piece if I where to mix it with something else because the picture is a discovery in a discovery, its enabling the audience to discover a new face and a place that may have some sort of resemblance to the man in the image. The techniques used to do this I think where really simple if I’m correct, it looks as if a high quality image has been taken of the subject and then a not so good quality image has been pasted on to the top, this is mixing the old with the new which I think is a nice idea and it also could be discovering a new form of camera quality. If I where to do images on slide three ‘The Silhouette’ I would take a photograph of somewhere as the sun starts to set and then open it up on to Photoshop and reflect the image so that it looks like there is two of the same thing, this is something really quick and simple to do, though I would prefer to do something a bit more challenging.
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