Stories are integral to human culture, and storytelling is eternal. In photography, visual storytelling is often called a “photo essay” or “photo story.” It’s a way for a photographer to narrate a story with a series of photographs. Students will develop their individual stories and, through a central focus of their story’s direction, develop the narrative through a series or sequence of photographs. Individual and group discussion will support each student’s learning and story development. Some photography experience preferred. Note: Students must have a camera with manual mode and the user manual.
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