Movie Poster

For this movie poster I wanted to take pictures of something different and something that has not been produced yet. I took it of my dad and my dog in our backyard, and had them all decked out in camouflage. I think that it turned out pretty good, but if I were to do this project again I would have done it a little differently. I think that the lighting and the words on the image stand out, and everything intertwines within itself.

For this movie poster I wanted to take pictures of something different and something that has not been produced yet. I took it of my dad and my dog in our backyard, and had them all decked out in camouflage. I think that it turned out pretty good, but if I were to do this project again I would have done it a little differently. I think that the lighting and the words on the image stand out, and everything intertwines within itself.

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One thought on “Movie Poster

  1. Twitchell says:

    Movie posters- 99.99% of them are portrait orientation, not landscape. Take a look at any movie theatre and their poster light boxes- they are vertical.
    The banner at the top works well, helps to quickly and easily identify the title.
    What type of movie is this? A tagline on the poster that would help people identify what the movie is about… even what type of movie it is would help- comedy, drama, action, etc.
    What is he hunting? Cows? Badgers? Terrorists? Annoying photography teachers?
    Some more information on the poster would really help it out.

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