At EAGER we focus on the creation of photo series and conceptual photography. But how will you start making your own powerful photo stories? Michael Freeman wrote an interesting article about the basic elements and fundamental structure of a photo essay.
Each photo story has a basic structure that you will recognise in many stories in general. Usually you find your story to be divided in three parts and the story will work itself into one or more climaxes.
Freeman explains in this article how to give your photo story a good opener and closer and how to build tension in your story towards that best photos in which the viewer will find the climax. And don't forget to bring some depth into your story.
We think that this is an interesting article for everyone who enjoys creating photo stories!
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