TOP 3 MOCKUPS
THE MOCKUPS I CHOSE & WHY
1. My first mockup is a great example of the differences between the natural shapes and textures of the earth and basic geometric shapes. I enjoy the visual interest as the white boxes grow smaller and draw the eye inwards.
2. My second mockup was a labor of love. I think all the work and detail is apparent. The double exposure helps create a feeling of peace and beauty. The woman in this image reminds me of mother earth.
3.My third mockup was fun to experiment with because I didn't just pixelate the image. I overlaid it with another image to create more contrast between the two environments. To me, it was a way to demonstrate that both kinds of natural beauty are equally valid, and should not be put above one or the other.
COVER IMAGE 4: Double Exposure
I did a double exposure of Teddy Roosevelt because of his work with national parks.
COVER IMAGE 5: Blur
This sign is so iconic that I wanted to play with it visually and this is what I came up with.
COVER IMAGE 6: Glitched Image
This a glitching image of us hiking in the fiery furnace which is simple, but sweet.
COVER IMAGE 7: RGB Sorted Image
The light and contrast of this image make the RGB sorting very intriguing.
COVER IMAGE 8: Mashup
For this mashup, I thought it would be interesting to combine two political figures who had completely opposing agendas when addressing national parks.