Textural Compositions, Continued
Figure 1-31 shows a composition where text dominates the image.
Copy preparation is the planning and preparation that go into predominantly
textural compositions if subsequent printing results. Copy preparation
includes preparing layouts, making a dummy, selecting type styles,
composing the type, and preparing the original artwork.
In addition to the preliminary information you gather for pictorial
compositions, you should make several additional decisions. The final size
of the finished product, any special handling of photographic effects such as
dropouts and reversals, and the location of illustrations and photographs
affect the overall composition.
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