One of the most heinous sayings that is frequently repeated by PR practitioners is that they “didn’t study PR to do math.”
I give you Exhibit A, courtesy my friend Geoff Livingston.
Can you see where the math in this great piece of visual content is?
If yes, please do leave a comment below.
If no… all will be revealed next week.
Have a good weekend!
Photo: Geoff Livingston via Flickr, CC 2.0
jfouts bowden2bowden ShellyKramer Belated thanks for sharing!
It’s https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_ratio ?
geoffliving gerardcorbett Shonali Start smoking Geoff. It is still based on a mathematical construct!!!
RenildeDeWit markwschaefer jfouts MeghanMBiro mmangen JetaBejtullahu TYVM for sharing!
geoffliving Thanks again for letting me use your pic. :)
gerardcorbett Shonali Close, but no cigar. The two reds are similar, but not the same. That’s more a result of the DxO Film filter I used in post processing.
Shonali gerardcorbett Colors have an assigned ID based on a mathematical algorithm. Looks to me like the red in the lips and red in the apple are identical. Make sense ShonalI?
BrennerMichael leaderswest kathikruse Thanks so much for sharing!
manamica It was actually blowing my mind a bit! I made geoffliving tell me a couple of times, but we were all fried (in a good way) after #xpotomac15 yesterday… so I figured we’d get everyone thinking this week, and then talk more about it next!
gerardcorbett Yes, that it is (everywhere, I mean). What do you mean, “it’s why the red lips and red apple match”… I’m not sure I’m following, and I want to!
shonali I do want to see the reveal next week :). There are geometry elements in compelling images. Photographers and designers do use math in their compositions. leaderswest manamica
Math is everywhere, integral to every process. It is why the red lips and the red apple match.
leaderswest manamica Thank you for sharing! Did you leave an answer? :)