Studies show that 65% of people are visual learners. So, if you’ve got a message to convey, why wouldn’t you use video?
The question isn’t whether or not your fans have the content to share, but how you can engage them and give them the opportunity to share it. Photos have become an enormous part of how we express ourselves. We live in a visual age where smartphones have put a camera in the pocket of each one of your fans.
With Our release of our Online Mosaic Tool, you now have the ability to create a custom photo mosaic in a few easy steps. The first step is choosing your source image. Landscapes are a popular source images used with our tool. Landscapes can make for some beautiful photo mosaics, but here are a few tips to get the best results! Let’s take a look at what makes a good landscape source image.
I’ve always found photo mosaics to be the perfect example of where art and technology work hand in hand. New York artist Michael Mapes takes a very scientific approach to his art, particularly in his series Human Specimens, where photographs are dissected and methodically reassembled to resemble a scientific study. Once these broken images are brought back together, the result is a maddeningly detailed photo mosaic study of the subject.