amazing job, amazing communication!!!!!! Thank you
Loved my design, Akansha worked to my liking. By far the best designer I've worked with.
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Non Fiction book detailing an amazing life altering adventure of two young American Mountain Climbers and their struggle for survival on the third tallest mountain in North America.
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I have an idea of what I would like the cover to look like and I would like to speak to someone about it. The first photo labeled, Book Cover Photo is a very good depiction of one of the adventures in the book. Except it was a very narrow, finger like mountain face that was only 5-6 feet in width and I could barely touch the mountain with my feet if I extended all the way so the relief would have to be a little more exagerated than this photo. The person hanging on the rope also should be wearing a backpack and a harness with the rope hanging down below. There should be typical climbing gear hanging from the back like carabiners. The person on top, could not lift me so was laying on the ground looking down at me. If you could fanagle the slightest image of an angel underneath my feet lifting me up. I would not want the image to be obvious, but rather barely perceivable using the white/ clouds or haze in the background. Something like this would be really good on the cover, with a faded out image in the background of what was to come. Some type of image of the winter frozen Mount Orizaba. I added a bunch of photos to provide some context of what it looked like and the two other volcanos that can be seen in the distance.
The name of the title is: Orizaba: The Extraordinary Story of Two Mountain Climbers' Struggle for Survival
If you can incorporate the color red to help make the image more eye catching, it would be even better.