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Copyright: sandip debnath (sandip) (98)
Genre: People
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2005-07
Categories: Artwork
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 3700
Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): TE Book Layouts-Ideas [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2005-08-08 10:47
Viewed: 1752
Points: 8
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ok.. just contrary to my first post.

simple one..

i choose four photograph of four different kind... one of four is mine but that does not mean that it has to be there.. just an example and i think the combination of all 4 are wellchoosen..

anyway i am not the person who can tell how it is .. it is you who has to give verdict.. its pros and cons..

after reading all thread i came to a conclusion that it will be voted to select which one is the best.. my personal suggestion is that dont go exactly with the covers.. a layout can b selected and then it should b altered/edited accordingly by the owner after having others idea..

I think that can even be better to have everybodies idea clubbed together..

so... select one.. repost again.. put your idea on that..


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To goblyne: Thankssandip 1 08-08 11:41
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Very nice Sandip :) i think we are improving... maybe because we are going simple but at the same time more creative. I like this type of covers... let the imagination flow and oblies you to see the inside of the book.

My personal opinion about the voting... it's still soon... you you check the project workflow sheet in project page you will see that this cover issue is one of the longest... i think we should keep receiving ideias for now, then latter on we would choose.

But as i told before, my favorits are this kind of simple covers

Sandip, i think this is possibly my favourite among all the book layouts so far! clean, clear, simple, without unnecessary clutter. I'd suggest reducing the font size of the 2005 though, since it draws a lot more focus than any of the other elements.
- Tina

sober does it always very good
you aim straight to target
no distracting
I like this one even more then your first
that was already a strong start
Excellent and thanks Sandip

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  • erdna Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 574 W: 62 N: 749] (5437)
  • [2005-08-17 16:27]

This scheme really overpowers the pictures. The goal statement should really be part of the Name and Logo group. I am not judgeing your photo here Sandip. Just giving my opinion on the layouts.


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