13131 The OPTIC Method of Visual Analysis
0 - Overview: What is happening in the picture? Su...
English, 01.02.2022 16:20, justiceisbae1
The OPTIC Method of Visual Analysis
0 - Overview: What is happening in the picture? Summarize the "action" of the
visual without analyzing its meaning yet. This is equivalent to the "paraphrase" part of
TP-CASTT poetry analysis.
P = Parts of the picture: Break the picture down into sections. Describe the
placement of objects on the canvas. Name everything that you see Describe color,
lighting, and movement in the picture.
T = Title: What does the title tell you about the picture? How much does it add to
what you understand or do not understand about the picture? Explain your answers.
I = Interrelationships: Analyze the relationships in the picture. How do objects
or people or colors relate to each other in the picture? What clues to the message or
argument are these relationships giving you? What seems to be the most important
relationship" in the picture?
C = Conclusion: Draw a conclusion to the meaning or message of the picture
based on what you have viewed and discussed as a group. Essentially, what is the
argument the artist is trying to convey?
Text Predictions: On
this doesnt make any sense imao
c. there are many strengths
English, 21.06.2019 13:30, jjel18
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English, 21.06.2019 21:00, justin5163
Read the passage and choose the correct punctuation marks
English, 21.06.2019 21:40, amberskids2
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English, 21.06.2019 22:30, hannah9892
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