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picture analysis

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• Note what the picture shows in one sentence.
Add any information you know (creator's name,
picture type; w

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Overview . STEP 1 Introduction • Note what the picture shows in one sentence. Add any information you know (creator's name, picture type; when/where/why it was created), plus emotions the picture evokes and/or, if asked, your first reaction. STEP 2 Description • Describe the picture systematically. Imagine you are describing the picture to a blind person; what important elements and background are needed to explain the picture and its message? • Use the present progressive to describe what people are doing in a picture, and the simple present to describe objects and the setting. Describe speech bubbles and captions, people's body language and facial expressions and their relationship with each other. STEP 3 Analysis • Describe the message conveyed by the picture. Is it aimed at a particular target group? • Was the picture intended to have a certain effect on the viewer? If so, how is this achieved? Say how language, light, colours, focus and perspective are used to support the message. • Detect fake elements: Has the picture been manipulated? Does the caption/meme text create a different context? STEP 4 Evaluation State whether the picture is effective and which elements are responsible for its success/failure. • If it is a historical picture, compare the original effect it may have had with the one it has now. . Give your personal opinion (if asked) or your thoughts on which topic the picture represents. Interpretation and...

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evaluation: The overall effect of the picture's... because/which... The picture reminds me of/is symbolic of a (non-) stereotypical view of.. because.... It is effective/moves me deeply because... Step 1- introduction - • Note what the picture shows in one sentence. Add any information you know (Creator's name, picture type; when/ where/ why it was created) plus emotions the picture evokes and/or, if asked, your first reaction. How to write a picture analysis Introduction: Useful phrases The photo/sketch/portrait/watercolours/still life/news photo/ selfie/ landscape/ cartoon/ oil painting was created by... published in.... In the picture we/you can see... The picture illustrates the topic of.... The picture was obviously composed to achieve the effect of... My first thought/assumption when I saw it was.... Description and analysis/ message: On the left-hand/right-hand side you can see... There is a contrast between.... is clearly visible, whereas...does not stand out as much. The light/colours/position of/ elements of... create an.. atmosphere/ contribute to/give an impression of.... Step 2 - description - • Describe the picture systematically. Imagine you are describing the picture to a blind person; what important elements and background are needed to explain the picture and its message? • Use the present progressive to describe what people are doing in a picture, and the simple present to describe objects and the setting. • Describe speech bubbles and captions, people's body language and facial expression and their relationship with each other. Step 3 - analysis - • Describe the message conveyed by the picture. Is it aimed at a particular target group? • Was the picture intended to have a certain effect on the viewer? If so, how is this achieved? Say how language, light, colours, focus and perspective are used to support the message. • Detect fake elements: Has the picture been manipulated? Does the caption/meme text create a different context? Step 4 editing and checking- • State whether the picture is effective and which elements are responsible for its success/failure. • If it is a historical picture, compare the original effect it may have had with the one it has now. Give your personal opinion (if asked) or your thoughts on which topic the picture represents.

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Add any information you know (creator's name,
picture type; w

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Overview . STEP 1 Introduction • Note what the picture shows in one sentence. Add any information you know (creator's name, picture type; when/where/why it was created), plus emotions the picture evokes and/or, if asked, your first reaction. STEP 2 Description • Describe the picture systematically. Imagine you are describing the picture to a blind person; what important elements and background are needed to explain the picture and its message? • Use the present progressive to describe what people are doing in a picture, and the simple present to describe objects and the setting. Describe speech bubbles and captions, people's body language and facial expressions and their relationship with each other. STEP 3 Analysis • Describe the message conveyed by the picture. Is it aimed at a particular target group? • Was the picture intended to have a certain effect on the viewer? If so, how is this achieved? Say how language, light, colours, focus and perspective are used to support the message. • Detect fake elements: Has the picture been manipulated? Does the caption/meme text create a different context? STEP 4 Evaluation State whether the picture is effective and which elements are responsible for its success/failure. • If it is a historical picture, compare the original effect it may have had with the one it has now. . Give your personal opinion (if asked) or your thoughts on which topic the picture represents. Interpretation and...

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evaluation: The overall effect of the picture's... because/which... The picture reminds me of/is symbolic of a (non-) stereotypical view of.. because.... It is effective/moves me deeply because... Step 1- introduction - • Note what the picture shows in one sentence. Add any information you know (Creator's name, picture type; when/ where/ why it was created) plus emotions the picture evokes and/or, if asked, your first reaction. How to write a picture analysis Introduction: Useful phrases The photo/sketch/portrait/watercolours/still life/news photo/ selfie/ landscape/ cartoon/ oil painting was created by... published in.... In the picture we/you can see... The picture illustrates the topic of.... The picture was obviously composed to achieve the effect of... My first thought/assumption when I saw it was.... Description and analysis/ message: On the left-hand/right-hand side you can see... There is a contrast between.... is clearly visible, whereas...does not stand out as much. The light/colours/position of/ elements of... create an.. atmosphere/ contribute to/give an impression of.... Step 2 - description - • Describe the picture systematically. Imagine you are describing the picture to a blind person; what important elements and background are needed to explain the picture and its message? • Use the present progressive to describe what people are doing in a picture, and the simple present to describe objects and the setting. • Describe speech bubbles and captions, people's body language and facial expression and their relationship with each other. Step 3 - analysis - • Describe the message conveyed by the picture. Is it aimed at a particular target group? • Was the picture intended to have a certain effect on the viewer? If so, how is this achieved? Say how language, light, colours, focus and perspective are used to support the message. • Detect fake elements: Has the picture been manipulated? Does the caption/meme text create a different context? Step 4 editing and checking- • State whether the picture is effective and which elements are responsible for its success/failure. • If it is a historical picture, compare the original effect it may have had with the one it has now. Give your personal opinion (if asked) or your thoughts on which topic the picture represents.