So, I get off the plane in LA and decide to just drive around a bit, waiting for a friend to get off work. I figured it'd be nice to take a drive around Palos Verde on my way to Long Beach...and, as I drive by Redondo Beach, all these people are looking out at the ocean. I figure it's a California thing, but stop
One of the best ways to develop your visual storytelling skills is to apply them to events in your everyday life. When my schedule allows, one of the things I do is photograph my kids' school outings.
If you're interested in raising the impact of the storytelling you do with your camera, here are a few tips:
Choose an event in which people will be
I teach a class about once a quarter on Storytelling with Still Photography. Many of the messages I preach in my BDA class I brought with me a couple of weeks ago to Kentucky, where I was an instructor at Western Kentucky University's annual Mountain Workshops. This five-day, photojournalism-driven workshop is largely responsible for drawing me into a career in photography. So, needless to say,