Accompanying Presentation.

These are the accompanying slides I created in order to support and visually aid my paper.

p1a

  • Title page.

p1b

  • Introductory/important quote for viewers to digest and consider.

p1c

  • I decided I wanted to include this slide in my presentation 3 times, with the specific subject in bold and italics when talking about that topic. I felt this would help keep the flow of the presentation going rather than having it on the same slide for a while.

p1d

  • I included a slide with the quote by Roland Barthes as I feel he is a key theorist within my paper.

p1e

  • I found this one of my important points in my paper and also allows the viewers to again digest and think about the quote.

p1f

  • Case Study 1.

p1g

  • Another key point from David Ogilvy for the audience to consider, as well as introducing the section on narrative.

p1h

  • Repeated slide to remind the viewers the subject of narrative is being discussed.

p1i

  •  Case Study 2.

p1j

  • Introduction of section about evoking emotion through advertisements.

p1k

  • Case Study 3.

p1l

  • Another important statement for the audience to reflect upon.

p1m

  • I came across this image through one of my web pages – a piece written by Banksy discussing how the advertisers are basically mocking us. I felt that after collating all my research, putting it together and drawing a conclusion, this picture summed up brilliantly the message I wanted to share.

Adsoftheworld.com, (2015) Letter From Banksy On Advertising [online] available from <http://adsoftheworld.com/blog/letter_from_banksy_on_advertising&gt; [27 January 2015]

Adeevee (2015) Lynx Excite Deodorant: Faye [online] Available from <http://www.adeevee.com/2011/02/lynx-excite-deodorant-faye-outdoor/&gt; [28th January 2015]

Barthes, R. (1997) Image Music Text. London: Fontana Press.

Cody Burridge (n.d.) Advertising/Lynx Axe [online] Available from <http://www.codyburridge.com/advertising/&gt; [28th January 2015]

Iannone, J. (2013) 21 Ways Advertisers Are Manipulating You And You Don’t Even Know It [online] available from <http://news.distractify.com/jason-iannone/ways-advertisers-manipulate-us-into-buying-their-products/&gt; [27 January 2015]

Knowles, J. (2015) Jonathan Knowles Photography – Advertising Photographer [online] available from <http://jknowles.co.uk/advertising/portfolio/&gt; [27 January 2015]

Messaris, P. (1997). Visual Persuasion. 1st edn. London: Sage Publications.

Saunders, D. (1988). Professional Advertising Photography. 1st edn. London: Merehurst Press.

Saunders, D. (1994) The World’s Best Advertising Photography. London: B.T. Batsford Ltd.

Source (2014) ‘Advertising’. Source The Photographic Review (79).

Williamson, J. (1978). Decoding Advertisements. 1st edn. London: Marion Boyars Publishers Ltd.

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~ by victoriasimkissphotography on February 13, 2015.

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