Size: 780 MB | Duration: 1h 37m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English
Photography is a language, and while a single photo can be incredibly powerful, what's even more powerful is a series of photos that tells a story. Most people think of news media when they think of photo essays. It's true that photo essays are one of the cores of photojournalism, but they're relevant in a lot of other ways, too—to document your family, the place where you live or work, or the business that your company conducts. The key is to think of a series of photos that work together to communicate your message. In this course, photojournalist Paul Taggart outlines the fundamentals of shooting a photo essay, from thinking about your story photographically to presenting your final photo story.
* Shooting different types of photo essays
* Picking and researching a subject
* Planning and taking the shots
* Editing and sequencing images