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Oct 10, 2011 07:39 |  #16

Just to be clear, since I couldn't really tell from the OP.
Are you writing about photography, or is it more photo journalistic in nature, where you tell a story (not necessarily photography related), through images?

If the former, I would start with a aspect of photography that appeals to you (a specific style or area of the trade for example), and write about that.
You could choose a photo, that you really like (one of yours) and write about the process behind it.

If your approach is more journalistic, you basically just find anything that you wan't to tell poeple about. Start with some good strong images, that tell the story and bind them together with words.




  
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Oct 12, 2011 07:02 |  #17

Since the post is from 2004 I will be the assignment has already been submitted. :)

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Just to be clear, since I couldn't really tell from the OP.
Are you writing about photography, or is it more photo journalistic in nature, where you tell a story (not necessarily photography related), through images?

If the former, I would start with a aspect of photography that appeals to you (a specific style or area of the trade for example), and write about that.
You could choose a photo, that you really like (one of yours) and write about the process behind it.

If your approach is more journalistic, you basically just find anything that you wan't to tell poeple about. Start with some good strong images, that tell the story and bind them together with words.


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Oct 12, 2011 14:21 |  #18

rklepper wrote in post #13239302 (external link)
Since the post is from 2004 I will be the assignment has already been submitted. :)

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Sep 26, 2017 09:55 |  #20

It's easy, if u want to post diffrent nice views u should find some type of views u like (landscapes (here u can play with season chages), industrial, cozy towns (villages) etc.) then it must be a great photo essay.


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Sep 26, 2017 10:39 |  #21

geoffreybaker wrote in post #18460748 (external link)
It's easy, if u want to post diffrent nice views u should find some type of views u like (landscapes (here u can play with season chages), industrial, cozy towns (villages) etc.) then it must be a great photo essay.

Perhaps "u" didn't notice that the original question appeared 13 years ago. By now, school days must be over for that student. It's always a good idea to check dates before composing "ur" reply.


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May 07, 2018 06:52 |  #22

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May 07, 2018 07:25 |  #24

I'd choose a surreal theme. Surreal photograph mixes for example could be an ideal of mine. It may be staged, slightly off-kilter, and just a bit surreal.


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