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Exposure - Create Beautiful Photo Narratives

Exposure - Create Beautiful Photo Narratives | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it
Exposure enables photographers to easily tell vibrant stories with their photos. Assemble a more complete narrative than you could with a feed or lonely photo on a permalink page.

Creating amazing narratives in Exposure is a breeze. Our “what you see is what you get” editor lets you craft your post exactly as others will see it. Drag and drop to create photo sets laid out in beautiful grids that look great on every device. Write some content, add a title, and hit Publish to share your story with the world.


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Srdp Cégep de l'Outaouais's curator insight, December 9, 2013 10:27 AM

Un bel outil pour ceux et celles qui aiment raconter des histoires numériques...

Kate JohnsonMcGregor's curator insight, December 13, 2013 10:37 AM

I have an idea for teaching photo essays as part of an English project-based learning initiative - this looks like an awesome tool! Yay! Literacy!

malek's curator insight, December 15, 2013 9:29 AM

If you can shoot it, you can narrate it..awesom

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Telling the story: five more tips for better travel photography | Imaging Resource

Telling the story: five more tips for better travel photography | Imaging Resource | Photography tips and tools | Scoop.it

 

I think the reasons we take travel photos are to remember where we were and to share those places with others. When we upload images to the web or make prints when we return home, we want our friends and families to see and enjoy the things we encountered. However, just as there is a difference between tourists and travelers, the former flitting like bugs on the surface of things, the latter happily diving below the surface, so it is with photographers. Despite carrying expensive cameras, the tourist photographer spends little time in any one place. Mostly, they snap a few photos of local monuments, buildings, or some scenic setting, before they quickly move on...


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