Overcoming Clichés in Pictures

Created: Friday, April 3, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:30 am

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How many times have you seen the same globe visual used within a slide or even a picture of shaking hands? Or a picture of a phone operator, or even some people smiling while working in an office? These are clichés, but clichés on their own are not bad as a starting point to evolve further. Don’t stop there though, and don’t decide that you have reached a conclusion with that predictable visual thought. In fact, there is not one but four ways to discover more original thoughts that go beyond clichés!

Overcoming Clichés in Pictures

Learn about clichés in using common pictures, and how you can overcome them.


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