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Seven Hills Camera Club (7HCC) Message Board › book review "The Photographer's Story" Michael Freeman by Mary Freddie

book review "The Photographer's Story" Michael Freeman by Mary Freddie

Mary H.
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Worcester, MA
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The art of visual storytelling, the photo essay.
When we take photos either from the best digital camera or with the cameras on our phones are we trying to tell a story? Just how do we get our story out there visually?
Through a variety of examples Michael Freeman's "The Photographer's Story" explains the process. He tells us what it took to get the photo essay he wanted. He goes through the thought process of what kind of story he wants to tell. From the planning and shooting to the editing, from what can go right and most often what can go wrong and how to just go with the flow.
If you are a visual storyteller or want to become one this is a good book to have.
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