How to Become a Visual Storyteller
Most travelers seem to have a camera or a phone in hand, ready to capture everything (and it sometimes looks like absolutely everything) they come across. You may feel a sense of urgency to record your travels. You may be wondering if you'll ever return, will you ever see a moment like that again, and want to be sure you're capturing the "right" moments.
By making and sharing more intentional photos, we're able to tell a better visual story. Your images won't sit on somewhere on your phone or a storage drive but will be shared, seen and appreciated.
Tell A Story
This sequence will help you move your story along and also enables you to get the shots that will tell your tale. As you shoot these images remember you are capturing the story as it unfolds in front of you rather than setting the stage. Work at seeing the story as it reveals itself and create the images as they make sense to you.
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