Visual Rhetorical Analysis
Offer Your Initial ThoughtsIn this discussion, you will prepare for creating your own presentation or photo essay by discussing visual presentations and photo essays created by others. For your initial post, you can choose a presentation or photo essay you find on the web yourself or you can select one of the examples at the links below.Stec, C. (n.d.). 21 Great Examples of PowerPoint Presentation Design [+Templates] (Links to an external site.)Takkunen, M. (2015, September 1). The 10 Best Photo Essays of the Month (Links to an external site.)Share the link and then explain which presentation or photo essay you chose and why. You do not have to provide an official analysis. Just present your choice and then write a few sentences about what attracted you to this example and why you chose it.Your initial post is due by Thursday at 11:59 PM EST. You will not be able to see posts written by your classmates until you create your initial post.Connect With ClassmatesIn your peer response, please select at least two of your classmates and provide a rhetorical analysis oftheir visual presentation or photo essay. You should answer the following questions in your peer responsess the information in the visual presentation or photo essay arranged in a way that viewers can understand? Explain your answer.Are the important aspects of the message emphasized? What are those important aspects?Are the typography and graphics clearly presented? How so?Is the content balanced? Explain your answer.What is the tone of the presentation or photo essay?Does the author of the piece establish credibility and trust with the audience? Why or why not?Please respond to two classmates by Sunday 11:59 PM EST.