IMAGE

 

it all begins with the images.

 

KEY ELEMENTS:

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

IMAGE SELECTION

IMAGE SEQUENCING

FIRST MAQUETTE

 
 
 

You will need a good strong body of work that is ready to take on the photobook form. The Read That Image team are all eyes and ears and will spend time reading your images, not just looking at them.

A typical design project will begin with a meeting in the RTI studio to discuss your project and spend time with your work. For us to be able to transmit your message to others, we need to fully understand its meaning and intent from the get-go.

The next stage is to begin working collaboratively on image selection and sequencing to build your book's narrative. This can be done through sessions in the RTI studio or remotely through the provision of digital PDFs and physical mock-ups if you cannot travel to Dublin.

A book with a finely crafted edit and sequence can make the difference between a book of photographs and a photobook, a good photobook and a great one.

 

DESIGN

 
 
Designer Vinny Gregan and photographer Dara McGrath working on image selection and sequencing for his photobook ''Project Cleansweep'.
Read That Image designer Kasia Kaminska and photographer Dara McGrath working on image selection and sequencing for his photobook 'Project Cleansweep'.