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Images from Shutterstock.com Helps audience connect visually and emotionally
Improves the message you are trying to send to the reader
Images catch the attention of the reader faster than words
To cause a strong reaction Don't use too many pictures How Can You Present
Your Images? Eddie Lockwood
Alecia Gonzalez Effectively Using Images to Make Arguments Why Do People Choose to Use Images? Use metaphors, analogies, and colorful expressions to articulate your argument
Images catch the attention of the reader
Personal pictures can help establish a deep connection with your audience Pictures and images can help convey your arguments more clearly than just words
Images such as charts and graphs can show statistical data
Photos can show examples of certain points of an argument Companies often use images to persuade others to buy their products. from aboutwendys.com from worksmartmompreneurs.com from coachwithjeremy.com from graphics8.nytimes.com from counseling.ufl.edu from proprofs.com Action shots really grab people's attention from profootballhof.com from dpexperience.com Make the news worth seeing -Exclusives
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-Historical photos from mitchellarchives.com from dreamstime.com from gizmodo.com Major Tips Use Large Images Use Same Size Images from eatsleepwork.com from telegraph.co.uk from funzug.com from clarionledger.com In Conclusion, Images... Images can be stronger than just words Lions hunt and attack zebras from blogspot.com -Make an argument much stronger
-Depict the point in a stronger way
-Catch the attention easily
-Greatly improve the message
-Can cause an emotional and visual connection
-Cause a stronger reaction
-Explain the words in a visual way
-Make an argument relatable from wikipedia.org vs. Wendy's Burger King