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graphic design 2 DEVELOPING A VISUAL
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DEVELOPING A VISUAL ± Visual- The image utilized in a design. May be a: Photograph Illustration/Graphic Type Combination. For this project utilize an appropriate stock image (or make your own!)
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VISUAL- PHOTOGRAPHS ± PHOTOGRAPHS- Photographs are one of the most common visuals now available. They are obtained through: Photo service bureau Individual photographer Taking photographs oneself
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VISUAL- PHOTOGRAPHS ± PHOTO SERVICE BUREAU A provider of catalogued images, the most common form of obtaining photographs. The two main classifications of photographs are: Rights Managed Royalty Free
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VISUAL- PHOTOGRAPHS ± RIGHTS MANAGED IMAGES- Also known as licensed images, they are for specific usages, where the client specifies how that image is to be used, where, when, and to what extent. The price and license of the image is set by such usage. Often times, exclusive rights are selected to prevent
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course GRA 113c taught by Professor Lopez during the Fall '11 term at Miami Dade College, Miami.

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