Storytelling with Photographs
Oct 17, 24 & Nov 7, 14 | Mon 6-9pm
Level: Foundation / Intermediate
Prerequisites: Proficient knowledge of fundamental photographic techniques and concepts required.
This workshop is designed for photography students who want to create a cohesive body of photographs that express an understanding of a subject. Creating a photographic story involves several important stages: identifying a subject that resonates with you as a photographer, exploring all aspects of the subject or story, and collecting images and insights over a period of time. Part of the process involves setting goals, editing your work, and thinking about how it will be presented.
Nancy LeVine will work closely with students to identify their photographic story, and to develop a plan for exploring it in greater depth and breadth. If you are just starting, or have a series of ideas or beginnings, you will set a course for expanding your project and discuss what might constitute a “complete” story of your subject, or, if you have a long–term work in progress, we will look at your bank of images in connection with your goals to help you understand how to edit your work, and fill in gaps in your story.