Mark 4.00 out of 4.00
The Los Angeles Times was involved in a recent controversy because _.
1. Photographs were changed from color to black and white
2. Some of the headlines on the frontpage were changed to a sans serif ty
Chapter 2: Visual Cues
According to Sir Charles Wheatstone, the brain perceives depth
That are eyes give two different views to create the
illusion of depth (binocular vision)
Ancient Egyptian women wore red fingernails because _.
The clip from the motion picture Citizen Kane that was shown in class was meant
to illustrate how forms can affect content.
Mark 4 out of 4
Readers were most likely upset at the San DiegoThe Tribunes
A magazine cover related to 9/11 shown in class presented
unethical behavior because _.
it was photo-shopped to create a 3-D effect
Following the path of the visual communication "circle dance," the
more you perceive, the more you _.
How do we see?
How do we derive meaning from an image?
Are there clues to understanding images?
When you see new images you make new impressions and comparisons with
previously stored mental images.
What is it?
We answer by what does it look lik
Chapter 3: Visual Theories
_ symbols are often used in advertising images associated with
alcohol and lipstick.
Iconic or Indextical?
Annabelle and Edgar are holding hands in a photograph of their prom
date and they are standing off to the side and away
Chapter 5: Visual Stereotypes
_ are not designated by having the most members, but by having the most
economic and political influence over an entire society.
_ is based on the assumption that members of one group are better than
members of another becaus