give some comments again. thanks
give some comments again. thanks
is this used for fossil?
if it is, it really looks like a wrong choice of model for me. much has been said about knowing the brand in one of the threads.
actually, the most basic thing about advertisement is, never let a customer tilt its head to view the product you are selling.
and u either show, or you totally dun show the model's face... as in sharp overall pic, or only product visible only.
product should be centre of attraction, unless the model is a famous star endorsing the product.
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oh ok thanks...just snapping it for fun..u right abt the focusing on the object more
looks like someone wearing a fossil watch giving her a punch in the face, resulting the big black eye...
"NB~ smile what? *bish*"
your photo really does tell a story. great job
You already posted this before under the previous title, "Day at the Zoo", right?
yeah it seems that the title is wrong so i delete tat thread
errhh..her hand so white and she is not white..
At this rate even any snapshot like this:
can become an 'advertising shot'.
look at a rebellious grown kid, screaming and yelping for better watch than the one he is wearing..
errhh.....a bit negative feeling...feel like punching him on the face leh..
grown up cannot make it...grumbly overgrown kid...need to be discplined..!
am i too harsh..?
please keep the discussion directed to threadstarter's picture, thanks
that was my thoughts ..gave the customer that feeling lah.....not directly at the kid..
poor classmate. :X
since when did my picture become the subject of discussion?! I used it to bring out a point!
LOTUSfairy, critque the threadstarter's pic!!!
haha..wat a comment by u all here.
btw its jsut a pic i took for fun and i jsut wanna have some comments how can i take good advertising pics..
wat i tot here is ppl here would give em a professional remarks but sadly just a personnal opinion.
Btw again thanks.
What is advertising?
verb [ trans. ]
describe or draw attention to (a product, service, or event) in a public medium in order to promote sales or attendance : a billboard advertising beer | many rugs are advertised as machine washable |
[ intrans. ] we had a chance to advertise on television.
• seek to fill (a vacancy) by putting a notice in a newspaper or other medium : for every job we advertise we get a hundred applicants | [ intrans. ] he advertised for dancers in the trade papers.
• make (a quality or fact) known : Meryl coughed briefly to advertise her presence.
• archaic notify (someone) of something : some prisoners advertised the French of this terrible danger.
DERIVATIVES advertiser noun
ORIGIN late Middle English : from Old French advertiss-, lengthened stem of advertir, from Latin advertere ‘turn toward’ (see advert 2 ).
Entry courtesy of the Oxford American Dictionaries. (Only Oxford for me!)
Firstly, what message does your product like to convey? In this retrospect, you must consider a certain number of factors, like target audience, their tastes, population demographics, etc.
Then, THE advertising shot ALSO depends on the type of marketing campaign it is presented in. For example: the BMW "Mini" campaign. Notice that the car is marketed as part of an ideal 'trend setter's lifestyle", thus the advertising shots on the Mini has to fulfill this criteria, depicting a 'trendsetter'''s mundane day and how she has to finish her day with the Mini. An advertising shot must contain the marketing message.
Usually, an advertising shot has to make use of clever lighting/shallow DoF to emphasize the product or subject. In other words, the photograph must make the product stand out. You have definitely fulfilled this criteria, BUT the image must fulfill the above conditions as well. Otherwise, it is just a shot of a watch.
that a comment i wanna seer...thanks