I went into the photography studio to take pictures of my clothes for my website. By having my own setting and clothing, it created a much more personal touch to my website than if I were to mock up the logo on clothing.
The contact sheet shows various images that I had taken throughout the two days of shooting. I preferred to take the images using birds-eye-view, because it enabled me to get the best shot for the clothing items, as well as keep consistency of each photo that I had taken.
I took all of the images in RAW, meaning I got the best quality image I could get. With these images, I will filter them down to use for my website as I make my pages. I will see how the images will fit on the page, as well as how they merge together.
I already knew what images I had wanted to take as I had noted down what pages I will want to design, making it easier for me to ensure that I got the necessary images, and that I did not forget too many variation or combinations of pictures.
Now I have my images, I intend to put them on my website design pages, as well as hoping to use some of the more playful pictures that I had taken to try and think of some poster ideas that I could incorporate these with.