Storytelling is a great way to preserve memories. Add photos to your storytelling and you can transport yourself back in time and relive special moments.
This summer you are invited to craft a photo story that tells about your experiences. Capture the mood of summer, the story of your child, a special event or go abstract and tell the story of the nature of summer with photography storytelling.
The Summer Photo Storytelling course will guide you through the steps necessary to tell the story of your summer in photos and captions. You will learn how to craft your story and take amazing photos.
Use storytelling photography to preserve this summer so that you can revisit it for years to come.
If you are new to the idea of photographic storytelling, this opening lesson will give you the basic premise and we will build on that foundation for the rest of the course.
In this lesson you will understand the purpose of storytelling which will help you determine what story you want to tell.
In this lesson you will learn how to think about a series of photos that tell a story and start to draft a photo/image plan.
In this lesson you will learn how a storyline comes together with photos. There is a lot more to it than just snapping pictures.
In this lesson you will learn how to pick a "main character" who will be the focal point of your images.
Your photo story is subject to viewer interpretation. In this lesson you will decide how much you want the viewers to get involved in your story.
Choosing which pictures to take is a bit of an art. In this lesson you will decide how abstract or concrete you want each image to be. You will start to shape the viewers experience with the decisions you make here.
Now that the shot plan is complete, it's time to tackle your action plan.
As a companion to this course, I have created a journal that follows along with the steps of your storytelling planning. It even has pages for your to post your story so that all of your notes and your final story are all in one place.
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