The cool thing with a website with full background pictures is the editing part of the said pictures. Here's a quick comp showcasing some of the said backgrounds after edit. To give you an idea of the alteration level, here's the original picture of the mixing board close-up in the center.
You also have to watch the level of contrast of the pictures in order for the text that'll be overlaid on them to stay readable.
about 1 year ago
Looking good! I'm getting a 1950's vibe from this. I see that the horizontal white lines are much heavier than the vertical ones. I don't know if that's on purpose, but it's throwing off the clean grid composition for me.
I'm working with large photo backgrounds on a client's site right now, and I agree. Watching the contrast in the photos exactly where you need the text can be tricky!
@Jeff This is just a quick comp of all the individual photos so far. Each image is one full background.
@Ryan: I'm feeling your pain man. Godspeed!
@Simon H. Oh, okay, I thought they were all on a single page. I really like the images ... they're a perfect complement to the logo. Really nice brand development so far.
@Jeff Thank you very much sir.
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