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10 Easy-to-Use Photo Editing Programs for Newbie Photographers

10 Easy-to-Use Photo Editing Programs for Newbie Photographers | Content Creation, Curation, Management | Scoop.it
Ever since Steve Jobs slapped a camera onto the iPhone, everyone has become a budding photographer. Before, you had to buy a roll of film and carefully take your shots (so you didn't waste any), then take it to the shop to be developed (which would take days). Fast forward to today, when you can…

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6 Tips for Storytelling Photography | Click it Up a Notch

6 Tips for Storytelling Photography | Click it Up a Notch | Content Creation, Curation, Management | Scoop.it

"Although I love to take posed portrait images, my main photography inspiration comes from my desire to capture those mundane, everyday moments with my son. I want these photographs to be able to transport me back to the day the photo was taken, to that very moment in time. Whilst most definitely a single image can do that, I regularly find myself telling these everyday “stories” through several shots. When viewed together, these images allow me to create a more meaningful collection of memories than a single image could."


Read the full article to find out more about these six types of images to consider when using multiple photos to tell your story:

  1. The introductory shot
  2. The detail shot
  3. The portrait shot
  4. The moment shot
  5. The end shot
  6. Getting it all in one shot

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Real Life Infographics That Brilliantly Visualize Data Using Physical Objects

Real Life Infographics That Brilliantly Visualize Data Using Physical Objects | Content Creation, Curation, Management | Scoop.it

A look at infographics that brilliantly display data using physical objects, a technique that can simplify information. 
Visit the original list by Freeyork for more, including a pie chart made from actual thanksgiving pies, information about water usage and fast food visualized with handmade paper objects and stacks of sugar cubes depicting the amount of sugar in food and drinks, among others.


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Storytelling Using Photography | Contrastly

Storytelling Using Photography | Contrastly | Content Creation, Curation, Management | Scoop.it

"Today, illustrations can also come in the form of photos. And in some cases, especially in classrooms, a series of photographs is used to tell a story. There are little to no words needed, just the photographs. This is what visual storytelling is all about."


Read the full article to find out more tips and tricks to help you create a moving story by using:


These five basic elements of a good storytelling photo:

  1. mood
  2. idea
  3. emotion
  4. narration
  5. the message


And ways to come up with photos that tell clear, focused stories.


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Kim Zinke (aka Gimli Goose)'s curator insight, August 7, 2014 2:30 PM

No matter your age or where you come from images can make a story more interesting and alive.

Two Pens's curator insight, August 11, 2014 1:51 PM

Took Aline Smithson's photo workshop in Portland this weekend. We used many of these tips in our assignments and guess what? They all contribute to images that carry the story.