With the Gallery Geek, I wanted to execute multiple formats depending on what is being displayed. I visited the Rodin Sculpture Garden at Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University. I believed that Rodin’s iconic sculptures would make a great subject for this experiment. Needless to say, I am satisfied with the outcome of this particular experiment.
The goal of this project in conjunction with Gallery Geek’s content is to take a single photograph and format it to fit particular constraints and file types. The original photo shows the photo without any major formatting adjustments. The web view is optimized for online viewing. E-doc view of the photograph is best for correspondence or for printing. The filter view is displaying a creative twist to the original photo. The filter view reminds me of an old school 1970s psychedelic rock poster.
This opened my eyes because the formatting and constraints required for multiple formats is very important. Professionals should be able to identify which format is best for e-mailing, online view, printing, etc.
To visit the Rodin Sculpture Garden or to visit the Cantor Art Center, please visit their website here.