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A movie’s worth 1000 words…

October 7, 2015
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A picture’s worth 1000 words… it’s an old chestnut of a phrase, but it’s very true!

A moving picture can be worth even more.

SWJMAs a graphic communicator, I learnt that in 1920’s, Frederick Barnard wrote about graphics and advertising “One look is worth a thousand words“. He incorrectly suggested that the phrase came from Eastern philosophy and a Chinese proverb: “One picture is worth ten thousand words”. This source is reportedly a myth, but advertising sticks!

Other ‘stuff’ that’s ‘worth ten thousand words’:
One timely deed is worth ten thousand words” – The Works of Mr. James Thomson, 1802.
That tear, good girl, is worth, ten thousand words” – The Trust: A Comedy, in Five Acts, 1808.
“One fact well understood by observation, and well-guided development is worth a thousand times more than a thousand words” American Journal of Education, 1858
“The drawing shows me at one glance what might be spread over ten pages in a book.”  Ivan S. Turgenev, Fathers and Sons, 1862.

But yes still a picture can be worth 1000 words … for good or ill!

That’s why your print and visual imagery needs to be considered and perhaps professionally produced.

Supposedly Napoleon Bonaparte said. “A good sketch is better than a long speech …”

Indeed moving picture’s can be worth even more.

I’ve captured, edited and created a view small movies and if you could do with similar just let me know.

Tammy & Emma’s Swim School –
It’s about splashing, it’s about getting wet, it’s about kicking, it’s about FUN!

 

‘Swim with Jo’ Swim School

If you might make good use of similar
just contact me and I’ll see how I can help!

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Some more julesprichards movies…

A quick movie that I created about mindful grounding can be seen here:

Another movie that I created to publicise a handy Road Safety related promotion can be seen here:

or a movie about wellbeing and mindfulness for kids can be seen here:

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